Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Bartram Ave.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... but the rest of us were heading to a cruise at 11:30: the Spirit of Philadelphia. When I planned this I was quite skeptical. These boat cruises either rock or are super duper lame. I was praying it wouldn't be the latter. We boarded the boat and were immediately greeted by the staff who knew us by name. We were promptly delivered bloody mary's to keep us quiet before the boat departed. Once it did, we were asked by our cruise director, Matt, to go and introduce ourselves to ...
... It was time to do some shopping and Spencer was very patient as I stocked up on some James Perse clothes. We had a quick walk passed the Franklin Bowles gallery (a Miro anyone?) and then back to hotel to watch the USA v Germany game. At halftime, we checked out, had a Papaya Hot dog and then caught the AMTRAK train from Penn Station to Philadelphia.
A very comfortable train ride down to Phillie later we were at Mark and Melissa’s house ...
... restaurants were excellent. Despite the late hour, for us that is, we went to La Ristorante La Buca that night for excellent Italian food. The next night it was Sbraga, owned by a 2009 Top Chef winner, for more continental cuisine. Lucky us!
The next day, our hunt began, not Charlie D., but rather for Charlie D.'s father. Like his son, he was also named Charles Di Pasquale, so I will call him Charlie D. Senior. Actually,father ...
... told the story of how the colonist fought for our freedoms from the King and declared our independence. With that started the Articles of Confederation which was a faulted system since the 13 colonies were not united under a single identity. This lead to the development of the Constitution where all states became united under one document. Powers shared equally among three branches so no one branch had full control. This is known as our checks and balance system. This ...
... was President, where the Declaration of Independence was signed and all very important things to American people, and to be fair it was all quite interesting (our geek faze continues) and it was nice not to rush around and cram everything in as we had done so in Washington and Boston. Philadelphia was a welcome change.
With little more than a day in the city it's hard to give a fair ...