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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... through our combo. Everyone else finished way before us and started eyeing up our food claiming that we had way bigger ribs and much more meat than them. We shrugged this off saying we just got lucky and carried on munching. Just before we started tucking into the last piece of meat, a delicious roast chicken, someone took our menu card order and it became apparent that instead of sharing a combo we had in fact chomped our way through one each. ...
We had a bit of a stressful journey trying to squash ourselves and our rucksacks onto the subway at rush hour (I'm sure everyone hated us) but finally managed to make it to our 9.45am coach to Philadelphia. My (Jenny’s) Godmother Diane lives in Lancaster County which is about 1.5 hours away from Philadelphia. Diane and her husband Brian came to pick us up from the station and we drove home via a restaurant for lunch. Diane and Brian ...
... tried a new (to me) cocktail, called a Pimms #1...very tasty. Sandy and I shared a steak while Laura and Kevin shared a cheeseburger. Outstanding food. A bit pricey, but we are on vacation!
Back to the hotel where Laura took Kevin swimming (again) while Sandy read and I blogged. Tomorrow we start "touristing" in earnest. Even with a nap, I'll sleep well tonight. More tomorrow!
Take care my friends!
... and I had lunch while he waited for his train. We had a great chat about life, NCCC, and things to do in the city. I was pretty sure we’d see him again. For the rest of the evening I strolled the historic district streets of Philly before hopping the metro back to the Inn.
Sunday was a complete tourist day of Philly. I attended Sunday Mass at an old church I had discovered the evening before – Old St. Mary’s - then proceeded on foot to Edgar Allan ...
Arriving in Philadelphia, no words were required, we both head straight to the taxi stand. It was one hot and humid day and I was not having a repeat performance which Chris was well aware of. I was hot, bothered and hungry which is a very bad combination. Throw a bit of Princess in there and everyone’s in trouble.
Chris and the taxi driver sorted out the luggage and we were off to find the Alexander Inn on the corner of Spruce and 12th St. ...