DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Philadelphia - Valley Forge
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Last night (Friday) Sue and Steve arrived in New Jersey and Steve, Pat, Steve, Sue, Dad, Sean, and Courtney all went to The Manor to have a couple of drinks and enjoy some good laughs (many at Dad's expense) with some good friends. It was a lot of fun! From there we headed to Marty and Rosie's house to help celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary. That too was a great time and gave us all an opportunity to ...
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(The tour by the way was just $3 more per person at $10 and way worth it).
The Magic Garden itself is a whole house, now a gallery and museum space, completely covered in the mosaic style, bottles and bicycle wheels that you'll see dotted around this area of the city.
Being guided round we learnt lots about Isaiah Zagar, the artist responsible for this and the huge amount of pieces you can see ...
... but we weren't heading there really, we were going to the reception venue, right opposite and adjacent to the Liberty Bell. It was beautiful and so close by. It was also the first time Al had seen it - lol, so that was great, he liked it! Frankie planned all the photos they would have and I was just in a 'glass cage of emotion'. We left the hall when it was apparent I might burst with happiness and took a closer look at the Hall and Washington ...
... Betty's for dinner (ribs yum) and ciders and then had an early night. The next day, we went through the parkway museums district. We looked at the free library of Philadelphia, Logan square, the Rodin museum, the Philadelphia museum of art, the rocky statue and stairs, boat house row and the shuylkill river. Then we went on a tour of the eastern state penitentiary, a former jail where infamous crim Al Cupone served time. That night, we went to a spice 28 for happy hour ...
... like a picnic. Huge trucks bearing down from left and rIght, never slowing, cars zig zagging from one lane to the other as if the drivers were on slalom courses. You want to pop off the turnpike for a coffee and a rest stop? Well good luck finding a driver on the inside who might yield to let you filter off; he wasn't travelling the day I drove! i was carried along like a piece of flotsam on the tide of a receding tsunami, and I got out of New Jersey as fast as I ...