Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - King of Prussia
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... US Airways Lounge and have drinks and snacks before boarding. This was really nice and very relaxing. The plane was almost an hour late in taking off so we landed at almost 11AM the next morning in Munich. Fortunately, I was able to sleep about 3 hours, so that was a big help. We had made arrangements with a taxi transfer service in Salzburg to pick us up at the airport. (www.mietwagenservice.at). This works ...
... lovely, no make-up, no sleep, greasy hair...) but apparently the boys didn't need this because they were too young, and Dad didn't need it because he was too 'mature'. Obviously he poses no threat! Funnily enough, the customs man at this end decided that Dad was here to keep us in line too!
A slight drama at security when Dad got a severe leg cramp putting his shoes back on, but the Powers That Be were looking after us, because when ...
Greetings from Amtrak train 125, regional service from New York to Philadelphia. It's almost 12 noon, and I’m on my way home after disembarking Norwegian Breakaway a few hours ago.
The captain told us yesterday that he expected the ship to pass underneath the Verrazano Narrows Bridge around 3 am this morning, so before going to sleep I set my alarm for 3:30. (I wasn’t interested in the bridge, just the arrival into Manhattan.) ...
... the Liberty Bell Center, in front of its historic home. Encircling its crown is a phrase derived from the Bible; specifically Leviticus chapter 25, verse 10. The famous crack in the Liberty Bell is its third, the first two having been repaired. Though this enormous bell is technically broken, the rights and freedoms it stands for will remain strong and intact forever in our ...
... and only just begun.
The hostel had a lights off at 11pm policy so on checking in I was given a torch and asked to be quiet when going to bed, so I left my bag and when to the bar around the corner. I’m 31 not 12.
Philadelphia at 1am on a Friday night is like any town. The same noises the same smells and the same micro dramas of the drunks. Nothing about it sparked a reaction in me, which I put down to being tired and ...