Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd.
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It's a sad day........Our last day of tour, so is was hoping it was going to be a goodie. What better way to start than by running up the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rocky style!! After a quick snap with the Rocky statue we headed off for a world famous Phili Cheesesteak. On the corner of 9th Street is where rivalry for the title of Philadelphia's best Cheesesteak sandwich lives, Pat's or Geno's? Our tactical ...
... relationships toward food and toward sex are just about perfectly reversed. Betty does care about nutrition and food, but it doesn’t occur to her to extend her opinions to a moral judgment — i.e., to believe that other people ought to do as she does in the matter of food, and that they are wrong if they don’t. In fact, she thinks such an extension would be wrong in a different way; it would be impolite, needlessly judgmental, simply not done. ...
... is displayed at Union Station in Washington DC. We had a quick look at the Freedom Bell this morning before we boarded the train to Philadelphia.
Back on the bus again and we headed to the steps of the University of the Arts to see the statue of Rocky and to run up the steps! Its funny how you always remember things to be bigger than what they seem. 75 steps seemed like a mountain in the movie. I'll have to watch ...
... it was painted with a zoo-themed mural on both sides. It gets you excited to see what's in the park ahead! We waltzed into the south entrance of the Philadelphia Zoo and were able to get our reciprocal member discount with no problem. The first animals we saw were all ones they don't have in Seattle: a camel, pelicans, sea otters & a red panda! We met up with E & O at the main entrance and headed to the petting zoo, which both ...
... interacted with the kids. They had a guide book for the kids to follow, a scavenger hunt of sorts. They also had trading cards if the kids could answer questions correctly. Our guide asked us to define liberty. Easy....freedom....you can't use the word freedom.... So, how do you define liberty?