Days Inn Horsham/Philadelphia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... delivered by Admiral Sue. After stowing the newbies' gear, fueling and watering up and a quick trip to the hardware store for repair supplies (it's a boat, something always breaks!) Vagabond and her intrepid crew came about and virtually flew down the canal on a flood tide.
Tonight will be spent at the Harbor of Refuge on the Delaware Bay, resting up for the 34 hour sail up the coast to Block Island. They hope that by leaving by 4AM they will be ahead of the storms.
... about the game is that the fuss is actually not about the game, but that it is the commercials and the half time show that get all the Americans behind their televisions. After proper superbowl celebrations with chocolate covered pretzels and chicken wings it was finally time to go head home and go to bed.
All in all it was an amazing weekend and I enjoyed every minute of it, as you might be able to tell from the pictures. Like I said, I can’t wait for the next roadtrip! ...
... hearing the Second Continental Congress's vote for independence. Despite the fact that the bell did not ring for independence on that July 4, the tale was widely accepted as fact, even by some historians. The bell has many cracks and pieces chipped away from people collecting pieces as souvenirs. At the beginning of 1885, the City of Philadelphia, which owns the bell, allowed it to go to ...
... the public PA system in the hall. First, the express walk-off option was now available – this is for passengers who are carrying their own luggage off the ship. Then Julie would periodically call luggage tag colors, inviting passengers to disembark. David, another passenger from Philly, and I were on the same Amtrak train, so we decided to return together. We met at the forward elevator bank on deck 11, and proceeded to deck 7.
... in a slotmachine... Creditcard? Never heard off... So it all went manual even with one of those oldfashion clippers to punch holes in the paper ticket, indicating the date and month. Funny. Funniest of all was the guy in charge of our carriage, he had a ty that was covered with little red and blue lights that were flickering. The ty itself was something from the Airforce.... And he wore this all with regards to a big airforce festival that was held in Atlantic City.