Hampton Inn and Suites Newtown
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... everyone's faces. It is a shame that English bus drivers don't have the same attitude because I would definitely feel happier about paying for public transport. Getting off the bus, we walked down the street a few blocks and looming in the near distance was a huge, brick monstrosity with turrets and thin arched windows. Even from the outside, it already reaked with historic pain. A free audio tour was included with the price which I actually prefer to a human guided tour. As ...
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We had a pretty good first week, with fun activities like the movies, which I got to see Monster’s
University which is the prequel to Monsters Inc. It was so good! We also played capture the flag which ended with Abi going to the doctor with a stretched tendon in her leg because Clement a French counselor fell on her and her leg twisted in a funny direction…it looked bloody horrible looking down ...
... went to a pub named ferries for dinner and a drink. After dinner, we went to a wine bar called zavino for wine and were shouted cocktails by the bartender because he loved the accent! On the 16th we went to the other side if the city down to the historic/waterfront district to see the Delaware river and Penn landing. On our way back, we went to the independence visitors centre and had a look at Benjamin franklins impact on Philadelphia and America as a whole. (He is buried here) that ...
... tells it all! Probably top three of all time best burgers we ever had! Then off we went to explore the city on our own, saw the amazing City Hall, Independence Hall, Liberty Bell, and the famous Rocky steps (of course Todd ran up the steps like in the movie). The heat about killed me but Todd made up for it by making me laugh when he fell in the "fountain of love!" Later enjoyed some beverages at a bar called Eulogy in the area known as Olde ...