Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Horsham - Dresher Rd.
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... is look like a tourist. It is both costly and dangerous. You can and most likely will be taken advantage of when you have that starry-eyed tourist look. You will be constantly price haggling, need to care for price gauging and the occasional "person" looking to take what you have (this is not as common as one might think but it does happen from time-to-time.)
You might not know that many countries have two price lists ...
... up those stairs. Maybe someone else could do it for us if they visit Phili.
We were lucky enough to go and visit Mac's Tavern. For those of you that are fans of the TV show 'It's always sunny in Philadelphia', this is the bar that characters Mac and Dee (husband and wife in real life own). Inside there are photos and a mural of the characters from the show, worth stopping for a pint or two.
... for the terminal! We waited in a line for about ten minutes to enter the terminal, then descended a set of escalators into the baggage area.
Norwegian spent over a billion dollars on a new ship and marketing for it, but unfortunately didn’t offer any money to spruce up the NYC terminal. It was dank and depressing. (Photography is not allowed in customs/immigration areas, so I don’t have a photo to show.) We collected our bags ...
... the Dutch... It's a mix between a subway sandwich and a Broodje Shoarma. Cut up beef, cheese, onions (that will give a great effect in the confinement of an airplane) and that all on a big piece of bread. The taste was good... But we still have 3 more hours of flying to do.
All in all we spent about 2 hours in Philly, and that was nice. Now we are at the airport waiting for our connecting flight to our son!!!! That is going to be in 4 hours or so... Looking forward to it!
... dull and then I was back on the road again, back to New York for a short time.
Then the storms hit. The rain was so heavy and so relentless we had to just stop on the highway. It took 6 hours to get into city and then I had 20 minutes to run 7 blocks for my connection. Energy I could have saved, as when I arrived to get the bus down to Philadelphia the queues where 200 people long. The whole of Manhattan was grid locked. Storms and ...