Homewood Suites Mt Laurel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... took the trip to Eastern State Penitentiary, the world's oldest 'modern' prison, which had now become little more than ruins. Despite this, the tour that was offered was excellent, and the prison itself was very eerie. Amusingly, the tour took us to Al Capone's cell, which had been restored to how it would have looked. The cell was much bigger than average, featured blankets, Persian rugs and a stereo system. In prison terms, he was hailed as a ...
... 8221; in a low southern drawl. Amy and I have now adopted both the phrase and the accent to talk to Mr. Dehning. We also visited a cat shelter. I think that Amy was going to leave with the big fat cat which she named “big mama”. She could have cuddled her for hours.
The National Constitution Center started with a play in the round. In the dark, cool room, Amy and I started to notice the oddly shaped figures of all of our students slumped ...
... about the history of the US financial system (as well as receiving a bag of shredded USD’s) as well as witnessing how US coins today were made. For lunch we each indulged in an infamous Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich at “Pats – King of Steaks (est. 1930)”, before I paid homage to Rocky Balboa at the Philadelphia Museum of Art (home of the famous Rocky step’s and statue) – ...
... Entertainment was provided by an unfortunately large lady - she had too many bags, but "she wasn't expecting to come home with bag full of baked goods from Grandma", which she didn't hesitate to broadcast to the entire top deck of the bus, whilst hitting the Ghetto girl next to her in the face with her bright pink fleece (in 30 degree heat). Bless.
So far in Philly, we have seen ...
... of the old city.
Our carriage driver, Abe, took us on a tour to show us the significant places that identified America as an independent nation. He pointed out the Bourse, which is the oldest commodities exchange in the United States, The first volunteer fire station, Betsy Ross’ house, and more. Betsy Ross was an upholsterer, who allegedly designed the American flag after independence ...