Days Inn Philadelphia - Roosevelt Boulevard
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Philadelphia, more than just cheesy?
Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love. Getting here was different. Greyhound have an endless capacity to surprise. This time it was a coach with the AC permanently stuck on full. We did get here to find everywhere in the USA the transportation system functions differently. Here you buy a token @$2.25 …
... and volunteers were soooo nice. And the zoo during the day was amazing. I loved taking silly pictures with my friends. I loved this trip and would do it again in a heartbeat!
Christy - The zoo was great! I liked the apes most of all.
Ashley - Awesomest trip ever!
Christina - The zoo was fun - I hope we can do it again another time!
Tiana - The zoo was really fun. I like how we ...
... br> Next, I went to the Betsy Ross House and realized that I wouldn't have survived childhood if I had been born in the 1700s. The air in the House was almost completely stagnant. I'm not really sure how to describe it, but after a few minutes in the House, I could feel my asthma rearing its ugly head as my lungs closed up on me. If I had actually been forced to live in it, I probably would have suffocated in the night...
Overall, the Betsy Ross House ...
... magical kingdom to have a second whack at this magical beast. With the weather on our side the barnstormer didn't have a chance as we lined up for an hour for this 45 second roller coaster. Splash mountain encountered us twice it was that good and big thunder mountain put us thru our paces over the coalfields. Before we knew it daylight had escaped us and the electric light parade took main street. A great parade with all our favorites strapped with light blubs. The parade moved ...
... br> A slight diversion from Old Philly. Our Australian companion Aaron had told us of 'The Space Tree’ a tree that had been taken to the moon and planted to see if it would grow. It turned out it did not grow, and was brought back to earth to be planted in Washington square. We went for a view of this thing, expecting magnificence and to be overwhelmed, instead we laughed at this silver birch looking twig sticking out of the ground. (As I am writing this, we are on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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