Fairfield Inn & Suites Kennett Square Brandywine Valley
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... through world's top classes. They will still go to excise after school. They are eager to learn; they are ambitious; they are passionate. Nothing will be a more often topic than business.
I will be more excited to go to study in Wharton. I will know more about Philly's story. If one day I do study in Wharton, I am not only studying in University of Pennsylvania, I am also studying in Philadelphia.
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... exploring the treasures of the Barnes collection.
In the evening we had dinner at the City Tavern. It was here during the heady days of the Declaration of Independence and was frequented by the signers of the document along with the eventual authors of the Constitution.
On our last day in Philadelphia we walked our butts off. We did two walking tours, the first, Freedom Rings, was 2 hours and lead ...
... like the carpet had been over-cleaned and was still drying out (and moistening the rest of the room in the process). It was a non-smoking room and, fortunately, didn't have the telltale odor (maybe as a result of the "over-cleaning"), but there was a pail with sand and a whole bunch of cigarette butts out on the sidewalk right outside the door (not to mention the cigarette butts littering the parking lot). This wasn't a particularly ...
... any visitors to the city visit it, as it's so unusual and interesting.
After we'd finished with the Mutter, we walked up Benjamin Franklin Parkway through Eakins Oval, towards the Philadelphia Museum of Art, so that Laura could re-enact the 'Rocky Running up the Steps Scene'. We walked past a huge fountain which was really lovely, featuring George Washington atop a horse, and surrounded by pairs of animals in each corner - 2x Bison, 2x Elk, 2x Moose - and ...
Wow it's hard to believe it is already day 5! The kids have been troopers considering all of the walking and history tours we have done. Cassie is keeping up despite her 4-year old little legs. So it's time to have some kid fun and there was no better place then visiting the Please Touch Musuem before we said good-bye to city of brotherly love. If you ever make it to Philly and have kids, I ...