Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Exton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Exton
... Two room up here have larger-than-life portraits of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. This building as been restored to reflect the internal appearances of the time. For lunch today I had a Philly cheesesteak sandwich from Campos deli. It was yummy. Strips of steak with provolone cheese and onions. The bread was so so but the rest made up for it. After lunch I continued my self guided tour, my next stop was the Besty Ross ...
... men. They were really annoyed that they'd gone into a bar and that a drag show had started going on all around them. I think what distressed them the most was that it took them 20 minutes to realise it was a drag show.
NON SEQUITUR: One of my mate's friends was voted NAACP Woman of the year! (Or was it NCAA?) She beat some Olympic medalists to win this. Well done Liz!
... so I could sit next to my mom when I was younger, plus I won’t have to sit next to a stinky hippy. So I got my bag down from the overhead bins and followed the hippy across to the other side of the plane and a few rows back as we agreed. But he didn’t stop until we got to a window seat in the third to last row of the plane. By the time I could have protested she was already out and near the front of the plane in my ...
... new Kim Kardashian odor).
She was also super kind and told me what time to call Jackie (so Jackie wouldn't show up super early and have to sit in the car for hours or pay for parking). She also could tell I was nervous about finding Jackie, so when the bus pulled into 30th Street Station – or, rather, on the street adjacent to it, which is where the busses stop – Helen showed me where the pick-up/drop-off section was, and I ...
... didn’t hang there too long.
As we moseyed along, I noticed Jadin and Aria starting to get a little nervous. My intuition was Philly was shockingly different then they thought. The city is very dense with small blocks and lots of people moving and standing around. In fact, more people per-capital walk to work in Philadelphia than in any other city in the U.S. (a research fact I learned while planning our trip). It was late Friday afternoon so ...