Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Mt. Laurel - Pacilli Place
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"You can't get there from here" is a Maine phrase. I think it's a reference to the remoteness of the state. (They only recently started getting a train service to Boston) but also those words highlight the Maine accent. 'There' is pronounce "They-aaaa" etc. I first heard this saying when I was busily preparing for my trip by making essential rap playlists for all ...
... some other historical notables, Johnathan Witherspoon (signer of the Declaration of Independence), Aaron Burr...I hate him, he dueled and killed Alexander Hamilton (I could barely help from spitting on his grave!), and many of the Stockton family...you know, our former SF VP and Mayor of Bloomington. And the family that Stockton, CA was named for....I took pics of some of the grave for our friends, Steve and Linda Stockton.
... a free for all. After a rest stop by the fountain in the very pretty Logan Square and a geeky National Treasure picture stop (Rileys bench) for Alan we ended up taking a scenic route to the Rocky steps. The roads here are massive and so busy you can only cross in certain directions even if it's not the one you want to be heading in. The museum of art is closed on Mondays so the steps were full of tourists there just to run up and down and take ...
... the trip became challenging. From the moment we crossed the border, the traffic flow changed. it would bunch up, creating a slow down for a few miles and then become wide open again. This held true until we got 15 miles outside of Breezewood, that's right the town of motels. As we passed a sign stating there was heavy traffic approaching the exit, we came to ...
... school trips and summer campers had all descended on the area. So we opted to book a tour on the double decker hop on hop off bus to tour the city. It was sunny but the guide was informative and somewhat witty (why do they only hire guides with aspirations to be comedians?). We saw Christ Church; Betsy Ross's house; City Hall, with it's imposing statue of William Penn on top; and their beautiful ...
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