Days Inn Philadelphia - Roosevelt Boulevard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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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 …
... giant labradoodle and finally called it a night.
Eddie was out the door bright and early to spend the weekend with some of his guy friends at the beach (can't have the groom at the bachelorette party!) and the house was ready for estrogen! As soon as we picked Victoria up from the airport and took Lily for a walk the girls started arriving. Finally, all 11 of us were excitedly gossiping and ready to start the weekend. One of Jess' friends had prepared this ...
... fashioned country lunch at the "Bird in the Hand". My wife, Sandy, ate there many (many) years ago with her first husband. It was then a local Mom & Pop restaurant. It may still be, but it has completely modernized and looks more like a franchise. But Sandy thought the food was still authentic. It was good. Leaving Amish country, we headed for Philadelphia but ran into Valley Forge on the way. Why not? We got off the freeway and ...
We started our day at the American Philosophical Society where they had an exhibit called, "Jefferson, Philadelphia and the Founding of a Nation". We were both blown away by the first piece in the exhibit. It was the original draft of the Declaration of Independence that Jefferson wrote and sent to Richard Henry Lee. It was incredible to see how well preserved the document was. The ink and paper were perfectly preserved and legible. Unfortunately, no photos were allowed ...
... side of the street and Geno's Steaks on the other so we split up into small groups and each group purchased steaks from each steak house. We tested them all to see which one we preferred! I must say at 5 dollars, Geno's Steaks won for me. After consuming lots of steak and bread we boarded the minibus and headed to Washington DC where we would be setting up camp for a few days.
Bye Philadelphia! Lovely city, shame we couldn't stay longer!