Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - King of Prussia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... home especially for me. There is an alarming rate of homeless not only here but all over the entire nation. And it isn't the run-of-the-mill types any more, the dirty, old, scruffy bearded, smelling, alcohol/drug addicted person, no, now it is the young. Yesterday, I saw a young woman with a sign that read --> "Help me I'm homeless, cold, hungry, and miserable. I went to college only to find out that my profession was ...
... experienced what happens when the fire alarm goes off during a theatrical presentation at the Constitution Center. Today was a lot of fun, we spent the day walking around Old City Philadelphia, saw Independence Hall and ended up at the Seaport Museum at Penn's Landing. The last two days have also prompted us to revisit the classic movie musical 1776 as well as the PBS show Liberty's Kids. After having the soundtrack of the former stuck in my head all day. I would like to ...
... pass again...yeah, I know you guys are supposed to fly together, but your ticket says you're on a different plane'
'Just kidding, you're fine'
Other than that, no problems in security or baggage check, no plane delays. Nothing. Easy peasy. The plane ride was peaceful, only Anne and Erin sat together, I sat on the other end of the aisle from them and watched Skyfall, ate pasta, and slept.
... children everywhere wearing Phillies' hats and shirts. The stadium was so big, it took us ages to find our seats. We were sat really high up and could see the whole stadium with a great view. Baseball is pretty much like rounders, so I enjoyed watching it. It seems strange how popular it is in the USA, compared to the UK where the main sport is usually football. It went on for about 3 hours, but we had a really good afternoon at the game. This evening we went to ...
... at 3pm.By now its pouring with rain and we rush over to the building right on the other side of the park.There is no queue for security so go straight in and huddle under some arches from the rain.
There is some extra room on the tour so we can go on an earlier one which means we can get out of the room.
Pennsylvania state house was used by the British colonial government ...