Hotel Palomar Philadelphia - a Kimpton Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... is now happy. After Macy's we head the Farmers Market, these things should be In the UK. This is the second time we have visited one of these and they are brilliant, the first was the one in LA. A few beers in Molly Mallony's and unfortunately it's time to leave for the airport. We say goodbye to both Peter and Chris, we have both had friend request from Chris on Facebook so we should be able to keep up with him on ...
... Miller’s soft pretzel which was just delicious. Seeing we could now barely move we thought we had better head down and burn off some of these calories doing the Rocky steps. The steps made famous in the movie are located at the Museum of Art located at the end of the Benjamin Parkway which we could see from our hotel. On the way down we stopped at the Franklin Institute which has a 20ft high statue of Benjamin Franklin in it which was made by the same man that made the ...
... of a cheese whiz rather than a gourmet cheese or even standard cheddar. I didn’t make it to South Philadelphia on this trip, but it’s the city’s historical Little Italy that still has lots of top Italian restaurants and gourmet food shops despite the neighborhood now having a more Latino population. South Philly has been my usual stop for dinner to end day trips to Philadelphia in recent years.
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... leave from here, but it'll be 10 pm on Friday night. Thank you,12 hour time difference. I will try to update this when we have available wifi, though no telling how often that will be. Getting ready for the full day of flying tomorrow, so you'll be hearing from me soon!
... but it was nice enough, just very old. The dumping of bags is all there was time for, I grabbed Chris by the sleeve and we were out the door again. We’re in a new city! I’m like a puppy dog who’s been let out to pee for the first time that day in new cities. Running around looking at everything, sticking my nose into everything, stopping every two seconds to take a photo, pulling Chris here, there and everywhere! It’s almost more than I can cope with ...