Hampton Inn Exton
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... s self is behind a roped off section, but you can take photos, just no touching. Next stop was the visitor center, where I picked up my ticket for the Independence hall tour. I had 45 mins before I had to check in for the tour so I walked around the buildings reading the signs and taking in the sights. The first tour was of Independence hall, where the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were ...
... Phillies fans (no San Diego fans to speak of...their home runs were met with deathly silence), and all the smells that fast food stalls and a crowd of several thousand sweaty fans will make. ( My guess is that the temperature was still around the 30 degree celsius mark and very, very humid). We had been told that we must try 'crab fries' while at the game - basically fries coated in a seasoning that is usually used on seafood. So ...
... people watched whilst we ate, and then afterwards, because we're massive fatties, we headed next door to the sister store, which was an old fashioned sweet shop called Shane Confectionary (one of the oldest candy stores in the US) to purchase some sweeties. We bought bubblegum and...wait for it....chocolate. covered. bacon. YES!
It sounds gross, but it is divine. We snaffled it back at the hostel, and then fell into a food-induced coma. A good day!
... the liberty bell and added my name to the roster of the continental congress if someone from US Air had just given us a little heads up that they are completely incompetent. 7 hours later we land in Munich with just over an hour to clear customs, get our new boarding passes from Lufthansa and hopefully pound three strong german beers in the airport.
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... burgers that really hit the spot. This and the surrounding stalls were all run by Amish folk, all wearing their traditional costumes. Each of their stalls had delicious food and were kept very busy by the hungry hordes.
After our big feed, we needed to find somewhere to rest and recover. We walked up to JFK ...