Hotel Palomar Philadelphia - a Kimpton Hotel
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Up early and went to the Independence National Historical Park. We saw the Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was written and signed. After that, we went to Congress Hall where the first Congress began meeting. We later went to the Amtrak station to drop off the keys to our last car. The station is pretty nice. Stacy has …
We got up Thursday morning, grabbed a bus and headed toward the Hudson River. We went to the USS Intrepid, a retired aircraft carrier. We took a nice tour of the ship. It has a lot of planes on display on its deck. It also has the space shuttle Enterprise on its deck in a special tent. That thing is huge! It made all of the other planes look like …
... Mr. Droll Voice comes back on the blower and tells us we are close to Bingo fuel (either have to land immediately or divert to another airport), the third option I guess is to fall out of the sky!
After giving us this particularly bad piece of news he never talks to us again, we land, somewhere, no one knows where and it isn't until the flight attendant makes his landing announcement that we know that we are in Atlanta.
Everyone on ...
... after only two songs, strange?! Then after only a few seconds there was a loud bang and a sea of people began running towards shouting "someone got popped, run now", I was in slightly heeled shoes so began running away as quickly as a could, I was really running at snail pace although I felt like usain bolt. A man then picked me up and began running with me in his arms telling me "you need to get out of here as quickly as possible" as he was holding me I managed to ...
... Capital of the United States then moved to Washington.
We then walked to Christ Church Burial Ground. This is where Benjamin Franklin and 4 other signers of The Declaration of Independence are buried.
After this we grabbed a quick bit to eat and were off to meet our tour guide Jason. He took us all through the city and was very knowledgeable on the history of Philadelphia. As he should be, he lives in West Philadelphia born and raised. ...