Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Bartram Ave.
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... finally dropped us off at Independence Park for the obligatory visit to the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Both worth the visit. By the way, the cab fare for Jusuf was $122.50, and we tipped him a hundred bucks. Just sorry we didn't think to take his picture. He was an absolute gem - - no one else would have gone out of their way for us simply for the promise of a larger fare.
Don't go away. There are more cemeteries to come.
... does not have the food theft skills these guys have
2. Giraffes 0.8 (John) 0.8 (Terrie)
3. Serengeti Lions 0.9 (John) 0.6 (Terrie)
4. Elephants 0.4 (John) 0.7 (Terrie)
5. Zebras 0.5 (John) 0.6 (Terrie)
Strangest travel experiences
1. Listening to an American and a Korean fighting over the former’s defication into a bin on our Annapurna trail
2. John dressing up as a ...
... random artistic work and cool bars. Jims was unbelievably American with signed pictures of famous people who have eaten there, napkin dispensers and a bar. This was so much better than the previous cheesesteak due to how fresh it was and the added onion but, there was still one place I had to try...pats, the king of steak. Again, feeling very full, we walked down South street and came across the Philadelphia magic gardens. They were indeed magic; the entire vicinity was made up ...
Oh what a beautiful morning! At 6:45 AM when we awake the sun is shining and the temperature is 51 degrees, warmer than it's been at that hour in months. Spring is finally here and the garden is coming to life; there are hyacinths around the oak tree, a few flowers have appeared on the Japanese quince, the first Magic Carpet double early tulips in the whiskey barrel by the garage door have opened, there is a respectable showing of daffodils along the creek ...
22nd May cont.
Three hours later (and I only managed to work out the free wifi internet 5mins before arriving) and we arrived into Philly, (after passing through Delaware, one of our missing states), where we loaded up our bags and walked a block to the Metro station. Here you pay for a token (and at the moment you can buy 2 tokens for $3.10 instead of $2 each) and then pay a dollar transfer for the bus that we needed at the other end. Managing the Metro and Bus without too ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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