Days Inn Wrightstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... were tools used to build our nations monuments are prominently displayed along with great models and dioramas. It was the first privately owned building to be opened as a national shrine!
*There is no flag in front of the original post office because we weren't a free nation and didn't have a flag of our won yet. Betsy Ross had yet to design one.
We saw the steps that Rocky ran up and his statue. The 'LOVE' statue and so much more. ...
... at a car park some distance to the park. With a ferry ride over to the park we slowly flowed closer to the the castle gates. The crowds funneled thru and we found ourselves semi crowd surfacing into the castle itself. The sets and buildings are very magical and I could feel the child in me itching to start exploring! We rode a rocket ship and hit space mountain. This ride with twists and drops in the complete darkness left me realising that my childhood inspiration is in ...
... city. Hum, should have studied the map a bit closely, we might have saved the trouble trekking in the slush snow, slippery ice.
It's well worth the trip! This National Historic Site was once home for Eddie, his wife (Sissie), mother-in-law (Muddy), and a cat, from 1843 to 1844. It was believed that he wrote "The Raven" during that time. Eddie lived at 4 different houses during his time in Philadelphia. Walking around ...
... around to see some of the monuments lit at night. We went to the Washington monument, Capitol Hill, some of the war memorials. We also went to the Iwogima memorial, it's not one of the sights but our bus driver is an ex marine and it's his favorite memorial plus he said its best seen at night. It was really amazing to see the sights and there are a lot of them that are best seen at night lot the way they are for best ...
... to the hotel make it worth the effort. The slight hiccup is that Owen has a massive nosebleed on the way back. I only have one tissue which soon gets soaked. One of the things I have noticed about Americans which has surprised me is how pleasant they all are. Today is no exception. A woman stops and offers me a pack of tissues. Then a man stops and hands over a bottle of water. Owen is soon sorted out and I marvel at ...