Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel - Pacilli Place
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... As we sat under the shade of a tree in the park, George said the unthinkable; he already preferred Philadelphia to New York City. While I didn't quite agree, I could see his point. There was a much slower pace to life in Philly, and we actually had the chance to sit about and appreciate where we are, something that was difficult to do in the manic world of NYC.
We returned to the hostel for lunch before setting off uptown to ...
... street was full of vendors, buyers, and animals alike, all bustling and exchanging goods yelling over each other begging to be heard) his house was set back off the street in a quiet courtyard. Parts of the original house can still be seen under the leveled ground. Stories of Franklin and his life were written on giant stones and were littered around the courtyard. Maya S. had a terrible migraine so we separated from the group to find a quiet dark space, while they continued ...
... who travels abroad a lot knows that is a good time! After we claimed our luggage, we were in the arrivals hall. I cannot explain to you the number of taxi, Limousine, and shuttle drivers that were present to greet us. We had done our diligence and just had to look for our private car service. Arrival at the Sheraton was around 2:00AM. As you can imagine, we were both exhausted and ready for a good nights ...
... of spray and watching the boats they weren't really getting up that close that we decided not to. After an hour and a half of really taking it all in we headed back to the car. We drove through Niagara downtown it is full of shops and restaurants. Got the impression that it was a bit of a taster for us for Las Vegas. Used our last Canadian dollars to get some gas before heading across the Rainbow Bridge to clear immigration and then we were back in the US, New York State.
... of days ago for a while,before turning off and heading toward the city of Philadelphia.
Our long day of bus travel from Niagara Falls to Philadelphia was finally over, but instead of going straight to the hotel, we headed for the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where we stopped in front of the statue of Sylvester Stallone in his role as Rocky, from the first of the Rocky Movies. There are some stories ...