Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel - Crawford Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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 had lunch at the Reading Terminal Market. Oh. My. Gosh. Oh my gosh. OMG!!!! It was AMAZING! If I lived here I would be here every single day! It was so full of culture I had goosebumps! It used to be a train station that has been converted into a giant market full of food from all over the world, flower shops, bakers, craftsman, fresh fish stands, and sooo much more! There are not many places in the world that you can go and get food from almost anywhere. ...
... took the route via Buffalo, then across on route 20 through Warsaw and Leicester, Genesco and Dansville. We really enjoy driving through the small American towns. Crossed over into Pennsylvania at Lawrenceville. Then down to Williamsport. Onto Harrisburg and then via Allentown to Haverford where we were welcomed by Michele, Caroline and Michael and her Dad Phil and Mom Helen. We were treated to burgers and hotdogs on the bbq and a great evening of conversation. Kids enjoyed catching ...
I don't think people should visit Philadelphia soon after seeing New York City. Too much difference between the two. Maybe it was that, or maybe it was just my impression. Some grey light was all over the city. Very calm and a nice place where to live I guess, but no ... soul. I couldn't believe THIS was the place where everything had begun, I mean, ...
... statue in its current location- basically, the Museum of Art did not believe the statue was worthy of being called 'art', despite its proximity to what is now known as the ‘Rocky Steps’. The statue was moved to the Sports Precinct, but a few years later it ‘disappeared’, and later was found in a closet. According to our tour guide, the people of Philadelphia wanted it to be returned to ...