Hampton Inn Bordentown
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... mosaic of mirrors, glass bottles, coins and pottery cemented into the concrete walls. Not surprisingly, it took 12 years to compete and was jaw dropping with the amount of small pieces that made up big walkways inside a random shiny place in the middle of urban culture. We proceeded to walk round the city looking at the random graffiti and Philly street life. The buskers here are really good and I enjoyed listening as they appeared sporadically down each block. That night was ...
... the stuff, I am intimidated by the hours of researching, photographing, and writing suitable descriptions for them all.
I had other goals for this visit too. Without the responsibility of a 9:30-6 job, I figured I'd have all the time in the world to catch up on some reading. I fully intended to spend several hours a day in the gym, and I also thought I'd get a little part-time job to fund my time here. But I am gob smacked by the ...
... Luckily we made it to the station.
We made it out of Manhattan without much difficulty and headed to where George Washington was supposed to have crossed the Delaware River. We finally got there only to find out that there really wasn't anything to see. So we headed to our hotel in Philadelphia. We drove to the hotel, dropped off our luggage and went to the Amtrak Station to drop off the car.
... room that so many of our founders spent so much of their time and sacrificed so much of themselves for this great American experiment. As I said, we moved along way too quickly for me, but there was more to see. We did a tour on a duck (like in WI Dells). It went past all the major sites and then out on the Delaware River. It was fine except that traffic was bad so the tour took 2 ...
... tribute to the man.
Interestingly, I went to the visitors center which is across a busy street and in the lower area of what obviously used to be a restroom. How do I know, the entrance has "WOMEN" etched in stone above it, and at the other end where the door says, "National Park Service Only" etched above it, says, "MEN." Am I wrong or what? The ranger inside was nice, but not extremely informative.
I was wondering ...