Crowne Plaza Philadelphia West
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... a terrible place Philadelphia but i wouldn't go back again. It was a bit dingy and the people were miserable with bad attitudes. But it does have the 'first' of everything so if you like history you may like it. It is now 9pm and we arrive in Washington at 11pm. We are staying in a hostel for the first time. It should be an experience that's for sure. I will let you know how it goes sharing a room with 6 other people (sad face) ....bring on renting a car and going to the Smoky ...
After being in the built up city for a week, we enjoyed the countryside and the country houses.
... We then said our goodbye and started our last part of the trip.
So, here it is, the road trip of a lifetime. We've done everything we could have possibly dreamed off. If you were to ask us if we missed something in the city or if we felt we wasted the day in any city, you'd get a resounding no. We traveled far, learned a lot, saw even more, partied hard, and ate some incredible food along the way. ...
... dug in there for the winter, where they could keep an eye on the British and also try to prevent them from moving farther west. The British generals thought about attacking Valley Forge but thought better of it, once they saw the fortifications. They had tried attacking such a camp before (Bunker Hill), but that didn't work out so well for them.
We got a chance to see reproductions of huts similar to those the troops built and lived in, as well as some ...
... thing - the Americans KNOW how to throw a national party.
(Nonetheless - note to America: if I have to hear your national anthem hollered one more time, I shall actually scream...)
And that brings us up to date. I'm actually now in Washington DC, and this evening I managed a sneaky look around town. It's fantastic. Monumental is the word. I look forward to continuing my exploration of this fantastic - and impossible, and absurd - nation, in the weeks to ...