Howard Johnson Express Inn Bellmawr NJ/Philadelphia Area
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... greasy sandwich and ate in the park sprayed by the water mist to cool down. All feeling stuffed we waddled back to the centre where market st and broad st (2 main streets) meet and the huge city hall stands. One of the largest masonry structures in the world with George Washingtons statue stood on the very top. Until 20 years ago it was illegal to build anything higher in Philly than his hat, probably ...
... know me, know my feelings on leftovers.
Also, for those of you who aren't in the know, I am leaving tomorrow morning (5/16) for Boston and then after that New York City. My mother is going to be joining me in NYC so that we can spend a few nights doing mother-daughter things and watching Broadway plays (Mamma Mia, of course). She will be leaving on the 17th, so everybody wish her a good journey. Love you, Mom!
'Til next time!
... the gallery.
After this excellent tour, we were on our own to explore the museum, and could take a city bus back to the hotel whenever we wanted to. The bus was paid for as part of the program, by the way. Anyhow, the museum was great. There was art from around the world, even a medieval monastery courtyard and a Japanese tea house, all inside the building. There was so much I could have seen, but ...
... It was difficult for me to sleep on the first long-distance train I took between Chicago and Pittsburgh, for thunderstorms raged throughout the night and many of the passengers next to me were snoring. The train may have arrived an hour late to the Pittsburgh station, but that was a blessing in disguise, for it meant that I only had to wait two hours to transfer trains and not three. The second and final train between Pittsburgh and Philly was far quieter, so ...
... inside the market but it probably would've been better for lunch rather than breakfast. I bought a juice and a bagel, nothing from the Amish though.
Then we kept walking down Market Street to the Mutter Museum. Such an interesting but incredibly gross place. It's basically a medical oddities museum, so there were tons of deformed fetuses, pickled limbs and disgusting wax figures of diseases. It made me feel a bit sick after a while. I did see the liver of ...