Fairfield Inn Philadelphia Exton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... tour of the city. First stop was the Liberty Bell center. Here the Liberty bell is housed. I was lucky here and didn't have to line up for very long to get inside. Inside there is lots of information about the symbolism of the bell and how it has been used over the years by different groups as a symbol for their cause. There is also a lot of information about the crack in the bell and the different attempts to repair it. The ...
... taking normal instances for granted, particularly cuisine and friendship and the intense satisfaction when being in Center City and looking up at the shiny blue skyline of Philadelphia. Hanging with dogs that I may know I never get to walk the same route with ever again. A work meeting at the Barbary, and thinking to myself that more than likely it would be the last time I see all of these people in the same company. The scooter is sold and the belongings ...
... We lunch in the Radio Station’s own restaurant, The World Cafe. Afterwards we meander back heading towards tonight’s theatre to check out the details. Apparently for $10 you can buy a fast-track ticket that let seat ticket holders in before the people who don’t have fast-track. It appears reserved seating means a seat is there but unallocated, so first in first served.
Me and Steve decide to have a coffee, the challenge being finding a coffee shop ...
... an "Italian Market" which I think was on Washington St? Headed some ways down past overgrown vacant lots, warehouses, tire repair shops, a gaudy Chinese restaurant. Went down Walnut St next because I thought I might head back to my hotel some ways down there if I got bored. From that point on, I started to notice the typical Philadelphia brick-front rowhouse architecture. From a distance it looks all very similar, but according to a sign I read, the ...