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... Courtney drove us to the airport, which was not really crowded at all. Getting the bags checked and getting through security was quick and painless. Once through security we just found some food and waited for our boarding call.
The flight was uneventful and it seemed to "fly" by pretty quickly. We all tried to get as much rest as we could so we could be prepared for a full day in Dublin!
Well Philly seems to have more history than most of the states. On our first touristy day we ventured around the majority with our new Australian friend Aaron, all in one strategically planned, and well executed operation.
Benjamin Franklin is buried here, which we didn't know, so of course we went to see his grave, but swerved the cover charge by viewing from outside of the railings. This worked out better as it was closer to him than the path inside. It was covered ...
... Rich taught us the rules but it's just like professional Rounders, such a great game, the three-hours flew by and culminated in the first -win by the Phillies in ages - we're just lucky I guess! We headed back to schleeeeep.
The next day (yesterday - Tuesday) me, Char and Fran went to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Americans are just bigger and better than us British at alot/some things and we marveled at the Monet's Renoir's and Van ...
... our luggage, by the way, in the room that they were renovating in. The lobby is about a metre by a metre and the "desk" is literally an office desk surrounded by small heaters because it was so cold. The rude lady we encountered in the morning, we found out later, simply didn't check us in because it's not her job. She had a whole lot of unnecessary sass.
The rooms...now that's another story. We booked a king bed, we got 2 double beds. They sunk in the middle so I had ...