Holiday Inn Express Frazer / Malvern
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a short one with a hood so you can deal with the lines and not get tripped up, my Columbia one is too long. A hat with a strap a must buy. More workout shorts and tops for travel days they wash quickly you get very salty dealing with the lines, Helen you called that one :-)
Skirts I did that right :-) a few more long sleeved shirts and also a hoodie which I bought in Newport, you are on the water and it can get chilly.
-- along the river, there's a place called "boathouse row" with lots of large houses, all seemingly built in the 1860s or 1870s, that house various crews.
-- we weren't impressed with the architecture of the Barnes Institute, even though we were predisposed to like it. The wood windows with small panes seemed out of place
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Tuesday, January 15th: Philly to Munich to Seefeld
According to EST it is still the 15th of Jan, but in European time it's the 16th, our 20th Anniversary. In reality, it’s probably somewhere in between. In flight now for 2 hours with absolutely no problem at all at the airport with check in, or anything for that matter. Flight took off ¾ hr late as we were flying on a plane that arrived from Spain and it was late in arriving.
... ticking off the states now) and the countryside was lovely. I sort of wish we'd done a trek on this side to get out into the countryside (probably somewhat influenced still by my reading of 'A Walk in the Woods') so that we really got to experience it; however, we'll be coming back to do New Orleans, so no reason why we can't do this part too.
When we got to Philadelphia train station, we were stopped and questioned by two police officers before they let us ...