Hilton Philadelphia City Avenue
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Next we made our way in the rain over to Independence Hall. Joanna, a very charismatic park ranger, spoke to us about the history of this landmark and then showed us around. We learned that the building was first known as the Pennsylvania State House, built between 1732 and 1756. The Assembly Room was the site of ...
... occupied by food and food choices in the modern consciousness. As the New York Times Magazine noted recently, in a foreword emphasizing the intended expansion of its (already sizeable) food coverage, such writing is “perhaps never a more crucial part of what we do than today — a moment when what and how we eat has emerged as a Washington issue and a global-environmental issue as well as a kitchen-table one.”
Underneath the passing fads and ...
... before either. Seeing as we hadn't eaten a proper meal all day, we were thankful for such a plentiful and yummy dinner.
After that we drove back to their lovely home just 15 minutes drive from central Philly. Gilda's High School friend, Judy and her husband Jim were also staying overnight because they live 90 minutes from Philly and are to join us the next day for a tour of Philadelphia's highlights that Gilda and Joe had organised. ...
... made our way down at a much slower pace.
We were then dropped off at Reading Terminal Market and were given some free time until our hotel was ready. Our Amish experience continued as there was a Pennsylvania Dutch festival going on and their members brought along animals to pet and food products to sample. They were also running buggy rides and children's rides in a train with carriages made out ...
Not sure if I slept or passed out... But I had air conditioning!!!! Put it on freezing cold and crawled under the covers.... Forgot the sun comes up at 4:30... Oh well, coffee, shower, breakfast and caught the shuttle to the airport. I had to go thru US customs in Dublin, I guess that's good, off my list of to do today. Of course had to dump out my snacks. I do need to check my brain for booking this ...