HYATT house Philadelphia/King of Prussia
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Travel Blogs from King of Prussia
Had a great day being tourists around the old city of Pennsylvania. Lots of history in this old Capitol. Learnt loads of history about the fore fathers of America and how it all started.
Really wanted a genuine Philly Cheese Steak sandwich but believe it or not we couldn't find one. We ate at a restaurant then turned a corner onto what can only be described as 'Philly Cheese Steak alley'.
Hindsight is a ***** !
... Samaritans. This would never happen in the UK. Despite the nosebleed, we get off to the airport roughly on time and catch our respective flights. It is strange Andy going home and the rest of us staying on. We will miss him. Our journey now takes us to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - our penultimate state. More precisely, we end up at an airport hotel just outside Philadelphia for one night, with a single objective - ...
... like a picnic. Huge trucks bearing down from left and rIght, never slowing, cars zig zagging from one lane to the other as if the drivers were on slalom courses. You want to pop off the turnpike for a coffee and a rest stop? Well good luck finding a driver on the inside who might yield to let you filter off; he wasn't travelling the day I drove! i was carried along like a piece of flotsam on the tide of a receding tsunami, and I got out of New Jersey as fast as I ...
... Ben Franklin historical sights. You’ll grab a cheese steak. You might swing by Reading Terminal Market, the Art Museum (the ‘Rocky’ steps) and Elfreth’s Alley before stopping down by Penn’s landing at the Franklin Fountain for ice cream.
It’s not super stunning and it might feel like there’s not much more to see than that. But every time I come here I discover something new. ...
A great way to start a day in Philly is to have a waffle with the Liberty Bell imprinted in the grid. It puts you in the right mood to head out and explore the city. We started the short walk to Independence National Historical Park. We passed the Second Bank of the US, Independence Hall, and the new building that houses the Liberty Bell. We saw that the lines to see the Bell were long as the end ...
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