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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TripAdvisor Reviews Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Exton
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 ...
... Listen to the soundtrack of Nashville and Memphis. Get civil in Jackson, Mississippi and maybe a little crazy in New Orleans. Have not a problem in Houston and learn why to not mess with Texas in Austin. Try to reach out and touch Mexico on the way to Tucson and howl at the moon in Phoenix. All that before making California dreams come true. I'm going back. I'm excited. This is 30. Welcome to paradise! This time with no return flight.
I'm really glad I chose to stay in Washington DC overnight. I was up bright and early, checked out, stored my bags at the hotel and then galloped to Union Station to hop onto the City Sightseeing bus. Although I did things back to front in Washington in that I would normally do the sightseeing bus tour first and then go back to the places of interest, it turns out I did the right thing this time. I was so chuffed that there was a tour to the ...
... distance, in the now cloudy sky was the Benjamin Franklin bridge which separates Philadelphia from Camden, New Jersey. I had once attended a very memorable Pearl Jam concert under the Camden side years ago. Closer to me was some kind of old-school ship docked and a large luxury apartment building that looked like it was floating in the ocean.
I strolled down Front Street back and forth some ways. Down 2nd Street past more of the Philadelphia row- ...
... drew a smiley face with my ketchup, all was forgiven after that.
Finally I check out the Constitution Museum. This made me want to die. They start you off with a big dramatic show in an auditorium, constantly going on about "We the people". The lady giving the presentation was trying to look all dramatic, but it was so cheesey.
Then you go out into the exhibit and there's more "We the people". I really like America, but this was a bit much for me...I made ...