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 ...
... br> After our tour of the old city and the riverside at Penn’s Landing, we made our way down Market Street toward our hotel. Pennsylvania is an easy city to explore as each area of the city is colour coded and a multitude of signs point visitors to the various attractions. We enjoyed our meal at Rouge, overlooking Rittenhouse Square, the previous evening so we returned for another meal and opportunity to people watch as the day ...
Emily also has experienced Wawa. Now, some of you know what I am talking about and for others, Wawa is basically 7 Eleven on crack. They have really good hoagies (no. not subs. hoagies). In any case she finally realized what all the fuss is about (Seriously, its all about the bread.) Although I am now missing cheese curds....some of you know what i'm talking about and for others...they are cheese erm...curds. Unfortunately I have yet to find any in PA and Wawa has ...
... in New York City and Detroit than I did in Philadelphia! We drove into North Philadelphia to find a McDonalds to book a hotel and we entered into a very poor black neighbourhood. The McDonalds was part of the service station and we were the only white people in there! There were even pro-black and pro-education billboards on the walls and police security cameras. I ordered a burger and I’m pretty sure one guy just nicked it straight as the woman brought it out! Luckily I ...