Days Inn Horsham/Philadelphia
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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.
... like a win. Since I still had a couple hours to kill I went downtown to Independence Park. This is where the Liberty Bell, the Constitution, and Independence Hall are located. I only got to see the Liberty Bell and then exteriors of other buildings but it was a good vibe walking around the mall.
While the stadium lacks distinctive features it is a very nice park. A bit different look with its use of brick and red ...
... and Maryland.
I feel like I'm in another country. Nobody speaks English. It is crazy how many foreigners are everywhere. We are in the pool in Philly and two different families in the pool are from somewhere else. Crazy. Melting pot.
Finally doing some laundry here. We have been doing great with the plastic drawers and backpacks. Works great. Everywhere we go, people are impressed at our efficientness.
... and the cab driver had to detour twice. Gee, someone or something really does not want me to return home!
My house key had been in the bag that was stolen, and I had earlier let my housemates know what had happened. One of them was working from home today, so I was able to get back into the house.
So this is the end of the South America adventure. The last part was dramatic, ...
... was Congress Hall where congress met in an office similar to the Oval Office of the White House with similar emblem on the stars and stripes on the carpet and the eagle on the wall in the middle. Also in two of the rooms, were reproductions of paintings donated by those traitors, the French, as we burned the originals during our year long conflict due to the US's actions. Tired out, we hopped on the bus back to the house and at 6.30pm we had a typical Philly delicacy, the cheese ...