Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Bartram Ave.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... had nothing planned for today so I went for a walk around Philly City centre, got lost numerous times (even with me App thingy), but it was a very nice little excursion and I was tempted to have my first Philly Cheesesteak but I resisted as I plan to have one of those tomorrow. A very quite day produces a very short blog so I bid you adieu for now and tomorrow brings the Mutter Museum and a Phillies game with the ...
... with, so he told me to pack my stuff up. So I did, and stayed in the other guys room for the following two nights until it was time for me to leave NYC. For those of you not familiar with the couchsurfing process, after you meet or stay with someone, you leave them a reference. These can be positive, neutral or negative. After my couch host being a sleazy creep (detailed in my reference below) and kicking me out at 11.30 at night, I decided I needed to leave him a ...
... when it was ratified in 1992.
Then we visited the Liberty Bell and finally Independence Hall. It was amazing to be in the building and in the room where those documents were debated, written and signed.
Next we walked down toward the river past several ...
We made an early morning trip to Drexel University, a great "coop" school. Parents, have students explain that to you. Did our own self-guided tour. Happy to learn their mascot is the Dragon! Then did a city walking tour with a local tour guide who gave us the inside scoop on the Liberty Bell, ...
... building), photographers and film makers. There is fantastic beauty in the peeling paint, crumbling walls and the haunting quiet, dark spaces. I love that they’ve chosen to do this with the space rather than restore it. It’s stunning.
America being America though, they can’t be COMPLETELY cool about it… they DO also run a giant haunted house here during October and they’re setting it up for the ...