Hampton Inn Plymouth Meeting
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We also walked by a construction site what will be The Revolutionary War Museum in 2017.
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... of Art so of course we took a little break (we really cannot resist a park on this trip!) When we got round to the steps we found a big group of teenagers all training on the steps which was CRAZY considering it must have been over 30 degrees! We felt a little intimidated by their fitness so decided not try it ourselves haha!
Lauren discovered that I'd never played mini golf so we decided Philadelphia was the perfect place to rectify this! During my ...
... I’m there (they do use the outdoor and private spaces so the building isn’t ruined), and the attraction last year drew 100,000 people (the regular admission that year drew 150,000) which supports the upkeep of the building… a good thing I suppose. You have to walk through the attraction though and I tell you there’s no way I’d do it. The place is spooky enough!
Again, I’m going to let ...