Homewood Suites Valley Forge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the train station so we could go back into town to do the tours of the US mint and the Eastern State Penitentiary. Before we started the mint tour we stopped for a Philly Cheesesteak Sandwich. The beef is chopped to a texture resembling mince and loaded into a roll which has been squirted with runny yellow cheese. I didn't find it that enjoyable. The US Mint takes up a whole block. There are no windows except on the top floor. To get in you need to show photo ID and ...
... one to see if the fuss around this traditional dish was just hype. Feeling very full, we walked towards the rocky steps. It was really open around this part of town; lots of greenery and wide sidewalk space and was really relaxing after the busy, enclosed feel of NYC. Nearing the rocky steps, we saw the rocky statue and obviously needed to have a picture. Homeless guys roamed about, ready to prey on tourists with the 'I'll take a picture of you as a group...then you can give us a ...
... desire to do this. If you view it from their viewpoint, you can realize that it is difficult enough to allow them to desire to contact a person in the first place (for a variety of reasons). If you want that to take place, you have a responsibility to make it as easy as possible so they can achieve you. Which will go an extremely long way when it comes to developing your relationship with them.
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... 00 am. Before that, short film on Mount Vernon, and wandering the grounds of a real working plantation, much like Monticello. Beautiful view of the Potomac River. The tour of the house was nice, almost all original. It was short, only 25 minutes or so. Then you are on your own to wander the grounds, tour the museum and educational center or whatever you want. You know where I headed; directly to the Washington's Tomb. I was detoured on my way by a ...
... best bet would be to book a hop on, hop off bus since we were only in Philly for the day.
We learnt a lot of stuff on the bus, in fact, a little too much. Our tour guide spoke at about 100 miles an hour. We saw a few churches, Ben Franklin's burial ground, Betsy Ross' house (she sewed the first American flag), U.S. Mint (where they make money!), we went through China Town, Town Hall, we saw the Academy of Fine Art (and there was a music one too) and a lot of mural's along ...