Homewood Suites Valley Forge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... the first at 6 am!). We decided to walk towards Rittenhouse Square and eat at a Wharton haunt, Audrey Claire (http://www.yelp.com/biz/audrey-claire- philadelphia). It was delicious and worth the almost 45 minute wait. Philly is big on BYOB restaurants and this one was no different. We all shared a bottle of wine and an appetizer and had a great night. It was about a 15 minute walk home and pretty late at that point, so we just talked around kitchen table for a bit, loved on Lily ...
... Unfortunately we could not go in to see it because it has been closed due to funding. It is saddening to know that such an important building in our countries history cannot remain open.
As we walked to our next stop we went along something called the Signers Walk. In the sidewalk a plaque has been laid for every signer in The Declaration of Independence. One signer we stopped to talk about was Richard Henry Lee, he was the first man to ...
... as such. A real good friend of mine once told me that either money or possessions should be treated as tangible objects of love. For example, someone asks me for $100, giving that money is a form of love. So when I hear these people who make no sense that bash the wealthy for acquiring their fortunes I just tend to shake my head and laugh. Growing up in a capitalistic society unfortunately the more money you have the more ...
... t cut it. It was really nice though. Walking back through downtown we stumbled across a pop-up beer garden. I'm still a bit uncertain about the concept, but it seems like this company finds abandoned spaces, decks them out with pillow forts made of old pallets, drapes trees with fairy lights which somehow give everyone the appearance of someone else, and then sells overpriced beer in a friendly chilled out venue in the middle of the city. Another radiologist and ...
... 8221;!) and sharing stories.
I met their friends, we explored the giant King of Prussia mall (PS who names a suburb “King of Prussia“??), tried many different microbrews (Pennsylvania is GREAT at beer), visited the Farmer’s Cabinet (where “barrels are first come, first served”), went to church, lied to Joe about taking nanna naps (“we went for a run!”), discovered an old covered ...