Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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The heat in Washington and the parking and traffic situation exhausted us. Also, no city that we've seen before with so many police cars, sirenes, helicopters, random street blockages. So, we decide to leave the City behind us, even skip visiting the US Capitol, which we had seen being under construction anyway.
As the DC visit ended up shorter than planned, Philadelphia became ...
Also there is the Masonic Temple.
We kept walking to Logan Square, which ...
... Golden State won by 30 points and I could see Steph Curry #30 for Golden State. He is one of my favorite players. I bought an Allen Iverson jersey, but he doesn't play anymore. Best day of my life! I also spotted Kim Kardashian and she looks so fake in real life. ...
... is the historic centre of the independence, the abolishonists and suffragette movements....the original city is sandwiched between two large rivers, Delaware and Schuykill..... William Penn used to own Pennsylvania and parts of New Jersey... An area greater than the UK.....
Fed up of the Britsh attitude to the colonies, ie taxed and no power to determine their own future (the colonists wanted parity) a few of them ...
... no marker to be seen, we soon stood in Section 13, Range 4, Lot 54, Grave #3, where Charles Di Pasquale Senior was buried 113 years ago.
On the way back to town, I mentioned that Charlie D. Senior lived on Fitzwater Street. Jusuf knew where it was and after a stop at Geno's for a Philly Cheese-Steak Sandwich (the best in the city, Jusuf said), we drove to Fitzwater Street where I photographed the building I think my step-grandfather lived ...