Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Horsham - Dresher Rd.
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... City Hall, once the tallest building in the world during construction. It stands in the absolute middle of the city, causing horrendous traffic jams in the otherwise simple grid layout of the streets. We learn that there have been several attempts to knock the building down, but despite this, it still stands proudly in the heart of the city. It has four walls, with a courtyard in the middle, with a focal tower featuring a 30ft statue of the ...
... We saw many things that I am sure most of you have seen. If not I pray that someday you will be able to see all of what I have seen on this trip. My most favorite of all was seeing and being near the Liberty Bell. To me it is best reminder of the freedom and liberty we have her in America. Just to ...
... Betty's for dinner (ribs yum) and ciders and then had an early night. The next day, we went through the parkway museums district. We looked at the free library of Philadelphia, Logan square, the Rodin museum, the Philadelphia museum of art, the rocky statue and stairs, boat house row and the shuylkill river. Then we went on a tour of the eastern state penitentiary, a former jail where infamous crim Al Cupone served time. That night, we went to a spice 28 for happy hour ...
... find anything and there she was... the NZ flag on it's little lonesome but I found her!
Lois dropped me off at the hotel and I couldn't thank her enough for spending the day with me, showing me around. I went around the corner for dinner that night and was sad to think I only had one night in this amazing city.
... to pick up trash instead of hands when possible. Always wear thicker work gloves. Put the needle in a plastic or glass bottle, screw it shut and wrap tightly in newspaper to dispose of it. We are always careful because if anyone were ever pricked they would have to go through all the testing to make sure no diseases were spread.
Honestly? Week 2 was really hard for me. Just driving into the city, I was looking around at what seemed like the dirtiest place ...