Fairfield Inn Valley Forge/King of Prussia
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... But finally figured out where most of the tourist attractions were is the "Old" Altstadt and across the river the “Newer” Altstadt, but an easy walk across the river. A young couple from our church recommended the place where they stayed for 4 months when there were there as students 3 years ago. It was a family run guest house about a 10-15 minute walk to center of city in a nice ...
... dance party which is always fun. We have a DJ and everything so it is good for the kids on their last night.
On Wednesday night, we got free tickets to the World Team Tennis with the Philadelphia Freedoms taking on the Springfield Lasers which was held at Villanova. There were 4 games on that night which were one set each. Andy Roddick was the star player on this night (and each week it rotated to other players like Martina Hingis and the Bryan Brothers). It ...
... delay at the gate, every minute seemingly cutting into the prospects of making my transfer. I was in the second last row and the 10M to disembark was agony. I really should have considered asking for a seat closer to the front.
Sped past some 25 people heading to immigration. I was just third in line in my mini-queue, whisking through in great time. The signs for connecting passengers were ...
... city. You can find this blog post and others the team wrote, as well as info about PhillyRising, at:
The week did not pass by with out fun - or facts, in this case. Wednesday of the week was the Franklin Institute's free admission day! We spent the evening playing with science experiments, getting shocked by electricity, roaming a giant heart, and seeing how many NCCC members could fit into a blood vessel. ...
... oil and have more than enough cheese or cheez whiz on them to warrant sharing. Cheez whiz by the way, is cheese in a can. No please, don’t ask me to explain further, we’ll put that thought behind us now.
We both agreed we preferred the Italian beef sandwich we’d tried in Chicago but Chris is convinced he should give another one a go so I’m sure we’ll squeeze another one in at lunch. The only other thing on my list to try is ...