Hawthorn Suites By Wyndham Philadelphia Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The two days were spent largely visiting historical sites. Philadelphia is perhaps the most historical city in the country, alongside the nation's capital. A short walk from the hostel brought us to Independence Hall, where we got a view of where the US Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were signed a couple of hundred years ago. Just across the park was the home of the Liberty Bell, another symbol of freedom and opportunity ...
... the streets in their scrubs looking very tired! This was excellent news for us as students meant cheap food and drinks, even better for me it meant hipster food that was gluten and dairy free. We went to the usual tourist spots at the liberty bell and indepedence hall, then walked over Benjamin Franklin bridge which takes you back over the Delaware River to Camden, New Jersey. The next day we took the duck amphibious tour bus ...
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... and the rear keeping the travelled ground in check. I absolutely loved the air and space museum. Full of history from the wright brothers first true plane, moon landing craft and Amelia air hearts plane. The tour was incredible with the guide being extremely knowledgeable about the craft they had there on hand to left field questions. And I guess the last thing that will stick with me with everything is the architecture of the various buildings. The attention to detail in ...
... distance, in the now cloudy sky was the Benjamin Franklin bridge which separates Philadelphia from Camden, New Jersey. I had once attended a very memorable Pearl Jam concert under the Camden side years ago. Closer to me was some kind of old-school ship docked and a large luxury apartment building that looked like it was floating in the ocean.
I strolled down Front Street back and forth some ways. Down 2nd Street past more of the Philadelphia row- ...