Hampton Inn Philadelphia King of Prussia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Philly...we hardly knew ye, but we liked what we saw in the few hours we were here. The power plants we saw on the river as we came in from the airport reminded us of its blue collar roots. We stayed in Center City to be within walking distance of Independence Hall and the other historic sites, and liked the renovation going on, mixture of colonial and modern. Posting a photo of one of the ...
The phrase "one man's trash (I'm already becoming American) is another man's treasure" could not ring more true for me at the moment. Out here I will take pretty much anything being thrown away that can still be used or turned into something pretty. On Wednesday 5th February we had an invite that we couldn’t refuse. Ciara from Deloitte Ireland was returning back home (boo!!!! she was such a laugh!) at the weekend and had asked us if ...
... street and headed back to 69th to catch the bus. We decided to get Philly cheese steaks and pizza for dinner. I drove Michele and I to fetch it. My first real go of driving on the wrong side, it wasn't too bad so will see how much driving I now do!!
The cheese steaks were delicious and massive. We had a great evening just chilling and watching Full House, such a great programme that we all remembered enjoying watching when we were ...
... shuttle down to the harbour lottery outlet to check my Powerball tickets, but I was not a winner.
I went back to the hotel, packed up and checked out. In the street while waiting for my I saw two police cars pull over a car. What for I don’t know but as the guy was barely doing 20 mph, it would have been rough if it was for speeding considering the unchecked driving on the freeways.
I left town and hit my old friend the I-95. Theories expressed ...
... City of the Hunger Games! I surreptitiously snapped a few photos of my favorite outlandish outfits. And since it was the tailgating section, most people were there to party instead of watch the races. They'd pull up their cars, fold out the tables and lay the feasts! (and beer - or wine if they were that refined. Actually, I've never seen so many people carrying wine, champaign, cocktail, etc glasses in the middle of a field in my life.) We did have time ...