The Inn At The Union League
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... ate food, and even saw NYC! Independence Mall was okay, but I enjoyed the zoo overall. I have made a lot of new friends and everyone should totally go if they have the chance :)
Jenna - I had so much fun going to Philly with Girl Scouts. I love the hedgehogs at the zoo. I also loved the rats, snakes, ravens, and the red pandas. I love the story of the sun on George Washington's chair, so it was really cool to ...
... contained liberty". The box actually contained hundreds of pictures of Americans, including a picture of me they had taken before the show. It was actually pretty cool, but definitely more for kids than for adults.
After that, I decided to go to Independence Hall. Unfortunately for me, they only allow people into Independence Hall by tour and all of the tours had been sold out for the day. As a result, I was only able to see it from the outside. Instead, I ...
... I wish I had seen it from her perspective. The lights illuminated the brick wall and the young girl left popcorn crumbs in my hair. I returned the youngling to a greatful mother still trying to feed me popcorn as thanks. We moved to the main street to get a better viewing position of the fireworks. I wasn't the only one with this great idea and we missed half the show only catching the end once we had broken free of the traffic. Admittedly the White Castle with ...
... escape, but were back in their cells within 5 minutes after leaving a trail of muddy foot prints. Recommend going, even if it is a bit long.
We also managed to enjoy a little bit of history in Macy’s, of all places. Philly’s Macy’s is big the clothes are unfortunately **** but it also houses couple of interesting artefacts from the St Louis World’s fair. An incredibly large eagle and the Worlds Biggest Playable Church Organ, which was pretty darn huge. ...
Had a great day being tourists around the old city of Pennsylvania. Lots of history in this old Capitol. Learnt loads of history about the fore fathers of America and how it all started.
Really wanted a genuine Philly Cheese Steak sandwich but believe it or not we couldn't find one. We ate at a restaurant then turned a corner onto what can only be described as 'Philly Cheese Steak alley'.
Hindsight is a ***** !