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... had hit a home run. So cute! Once I was safely on the train, it was easy enough to spot more than a few hockey fans to follow once we reached AT&T station. I need not have worried though. You come out of the station up into a massive car park; straight ahead from the door, you have the Phillies baseball stadium to the left and the Eagles football stadium to the right. Turn to your right and you have the Flyers’ Wells Fargo Center… kinda hard to ...
... the next day to spend the day with him and have a home cooked meal. There were also Christmas markets to see in Love park and an ice skating rink by City hall which Wade and I went back to later(after the managers drinks) in the night and watched the first timers getting out on the ice. We headed home to a peaceful sleep(no noisy traffic, it was bliss).
After our breakfast of pancakes, bacon and eggs we headed to get the regional train out to the Lancaster area. ...
... I passed out on the couch due to not having slept the night before... But after my nap we caught up with her lovely family. Later in the day we left to check out the Jewish community center where her mother started the most precious cafe. It suited her well. At night we left to meet up with her sister to catch the train into town. We were going to see Nightmares on Wax, a trance-type music group. They were remarkable! Although exhausted, the night was so much fun! ...
... a giant warehouse full of trampolines) was all booked for the afternoon so we had to settle for go-karts, laser tag, bumper cars and video games. Laser tag vs. 10 year-olds is very fun since you're way better than them. That little adventure to suburbia ended my trip to Philly and this is where I transition my trip from Amtrak since my rail pass has now expired. Next stop Boston.
Spent in Philadelphia: $350
Total Spent On Trip: $3350
In West Philadelphia....Hospital of the University of Philadelphia (HUP)
I drove to Philadelphia from East Windsor, New Jersey not a bad journey out at 6am but a bit crazy getting home at 5pm! The first day at HUP was inspirational! The OT in the Trauma ICU ...