Holiday Inn Fort Washington Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... We stopped and got Desmond more squeezie pouches at a Target, walked the mall and then went to the Pretzel Factory to pick up a baker's dozen of soft pretzels (for only $5!) to share with everyone when we got back home. We also got a lemon slushie thing that hit the spot. Brain freeze! In the evening as we were getting ready to go into town with the Gove family for dinner a storm blew through that was pretty impressive. There was ...
... it may be, Betty’s food is served with what for us would appear to be high ceremony, i.e., at a set table with family members present.
As it happens, there is little that Betty herself, who is adventurous by the standards of her day, will not eat; the going slogan she learned as a child is about cleaning your plate, and not doing so is still considered bad form. Aside from that notion though, which is a holdover to scarcer times, Betty is much like ...
... enjoyed it! Becky and Oscar had also recommended Bassett's Ice Cream which is in the market too. So, seeing as we had a salad we decided to balance it out with an ice cream. Apparently it's a really popular stall, a bit like Frederick's back home. I chose raspberry truffle and cookie dough and Phil had Moosetracks and the WHYY Experience (weird name, but it had pretzels in it). They were all delicious, but huge! Definitely out balanced the healthy salad! Oops! ...
... soldiers arrived and training began. By May 1778 the army moved on to meet the French troops sent to support the Americans in their fight for independence. At the park today we bought a CD which provided a commentary as we drove around the park. When we wanted to stop at any particular location we could pause the CD while we got out to walk about. There are reconstructed log cabins throughout the park to show what conditions would have been like in 1777. Today ...
On the one full day that we had in Philadelphia it was pouring with rain and the day before there was a music festival, so these two factors put a massive spanner in the works.
The main sights we visited were Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Back in the day Philadelphia was the capital of the USA before Washington DC. Independence Hall is where the declaration of independence was signed. ...