Homewood Suites Philadelphia
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... 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 ...
... br> After we had had enough of the hammocks and was feeling a little sea sick we went to see the Liberty Bell, which is an iconic symbol in American Independence. It was free to go into the museum and see it, which explained the huge queue outside! We didn't mind waiting and it went really fast as it was only a small museum. The bell is at low level so you can stand right by it. It's pretty impressive but couldn't get great photos as there were loads of people! After ...
... some of Philly and after getting some food and drink we then stumbled upon a really great bar which had a lot going on and was a great place to spend the night. Annoyingly the hostel had a curfew so we had to be back relatively early (2AM) but it was still a great night. The next day we woke with a slight hangover to a very muggy day. This was our ...
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... the way back to the first settlers, our founding fathers (many of whom brewed their own), Carrie Nation, the Volstead Act and all the way to the 21st amendment which rescinded prohibition. Great exhibit. Then we headed into a theater for a 360 degree theatrical production called "Freedom Rising" which covered the Declaration of Independence to the Constitution. Made you feel proud to be an American. They had some neat props in ...