Holiday Inn Express Philadelphia Airport
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A stop at Battery Park allowed us to stretch our legs a bit and catch a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island off in the hazy distance. Our biggest disappointment was not getting to stop at Ground Zero. We did see the magnificent 104-story One World Trade Center, also called the Freedom Tower, built on the site of ...
... of the road just right for lunch at the tail gate cafe. Lovely spot surrounded by autumn leaves.
Happened upon a 9/11 Memorial called Garden of Reflection which was for the people killed in the 9/11 tragedy in New York, Pentagon and the plane crash in Shanksville. It was another well designed memorial - nothing flashy, quite simple with each element having meaning.
Most of the trip to Philadelphia was on 3 or 4 lane highway with just the ...
Exactly one month away from the big new adventure. The itinerary is coming along nicely. The bags have been packed... aside of a months worth of clothes and other necessary things for everyday life here in Philadelphia. Furniture and some other large items are being sold, the big ticket, being my 50cc Genuine Buddy scooter. An absolute joy to have been zipping around Philadelphia in a tangerine blaze since February. It's been quite a run since the beginning of ...
... 11. And I only managed to take about 3 photos on the way there. So first I went and hung on Rocky's leg and got someone to take a pic of that and then I sat for a bit wondering how clever it would be to give someone my phone, run all the way up the steps, strike the pose and then what? Run back down or get the person to run up or run away... So I ran briskly up the steps and once up there I asked someone to take the shot, 3 steps down. That way I stood half ...
... station and take the the green line train uptown to 33rd St. It lets me off at either 2nd or 3rd Ave, so I have to run a good 5 blocks with my heavy backpack, enter Penn Station, find where Amtrak is, get my ticket, find my train and board. I already paid $50 for the ticket. Time is 5:45. I run down the empty streets fast as I can with the load on my back. Finally get past Madison Square Garden and enter Penn Station. I follow the signs for Amtrak. Kind ...