Embassy Suites Philadelphia-Valley Forge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... on propane and smaller kitchen appliances such as a mixer that was run off an air compressor.
Upstairs, the rooms were furnished, but the 3-4 outfits each person owned were hung on pegs on the walls. Women's outer clothing were held together only by pins so as to allow the ease of letting out or taking in the fabric as the woman's body size may change through pregnancy or what not. I thought this was a little odd, but it was ...
... and Washington, D.C. All now firmly in the itinerary. Staying in a cool house in a town called Wayne in P.A . Really oldschool american suburban type of place. Very pretty , Weather was a steady 25 ish and bright sunshine , seen a raccoon ( ugly ***** ) a chipmunk and apparently there is a groundhog living nearby I'm gonna try and get a selfie with it at some point :-) . Went to the Devon ...
... as a better alternative to the cheese steak, and it was a great sandwich. Tonight I'm staying with the family of an intern at our family friend Dan Anderson's office. Dan and his wife Kristin took me out for brunch while I was in Madison and thanks to Dan's coordination, things fell into place from there. Mike & Jeannie welcomed me warmly into their house despite never meeting me before (and ...
... I've just ate it...
Anyways after lunch Elizabeth had to get back to work so me and Ben started to walk to the famous Art Museum with Rocky Balboa statue.
On the road we were walking towards the museum, I saw international flags on side of the road. They appeared to have every single flag, even the Vatican! So when I saw the swedish flag, I told Ben that if they had ...
... economic center. We visited the historic district, where Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington forged the foundation of a new nation. The Liberty Bell first rang out to the citizens of Philadelphia on July 4th 1776 to announce the first reading of the Declaration of Independence. The bell has since been taken out of Independence Hall's bell tower and now ...