HYATT house Philadelphia/Plymouth Meeting
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We got up in time to go and check out breakfast at the hotel. THe first time we have eaten a cooked breakfast all trip which is amazing for a family who enjoys diner breakfasts so much!
We were there near the end of the alloted time though so didnt spot anyone manning the omlette station - instead we made do with the cereal (Duncan and …
... fun! We had learnt the rules and were now ready for a game! Straight after the game had finished a magnificent fire works display took place to round off a great evening. It was amazing to see such a superb spectacle, lasting almost twenty minutes. The Americans love their fireworks and so do we. After it was all over we drove back to the house, rolling up at midnight, no not turning into a ...
... That's where I got the "愛倫坡" translation :-)
The next day, we took off from Pichin's home and left for PA airport. Picked up Philly Cheesesteak sandwich from Foster Boys, recommended by Pichin Du. Huge, long sandwich. On the way to the airport, super sluggish traffic, took us almost 2 hours to get to airport. Left very little time to board. I was extremely nervous and stressed worrying that we'd ...
... of the unknown solider before walking past independence hall where the declaration if independence was signed. We then went into the Bourse Building where we got some lunch and then went and got on the bus.
Our tour guide was fantastic. We went past Christ Church burial ground where Benjamin Franklin is buried with his family. Past the United States Mint, Elfreth's Alley -the oldest residential street in the States. Past Betty ...
... earlier post were confirmed several times along the way, but otherwise all was uneventful. The city of Baltimore is an industrial city, and exudes a distinct aroma as you pass through it on the freeway. It smells.
Driving into Philadelphia proved to be rather challenging. The bridge in was under repair and for two miles I drove in a single lane with concrete barriers either side and what felt like only a foot clearance on either side of the car. Combined ...