Quality Inn & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... There are 450 staff, some of whom create the designs for new coins. Before a new coin is put into production the design has to be approved by congress. Large rolls of metal alloy, pressed to the correct thickness, are cut into discs, called blanks, in the various coin sizes. The copper blanks for one cent coins are brought in already cut. The blanks are then washed and dried. Then the rim and ribbing is stamped around the outside and edge of each coin before the design ...
... centre. After paying for our ticket (he got in for free because he is in the military...so annoying!) we were ushered into a live performance of the history around constitution. Very intense and patriotic, obviously. The museum was quite good; we learnt a lot about the constitution and slavery. I even saw an original uniform of the KKK! After a while, we had had enough of patriotic people and information and decided it was time for josh to try a cheesesteak. I was determined ...
... honest though as I was getting used to driving on the wrong side of the road and in the wrong side of the car, and getting used to the road rules and conduct. Right turns are permitted on red apparently and there doesn't seem to be much speed enforcement here given the crazy speeds lots of drivers do here.
After booking into our hotel here ($70) we drove into the city and spent the late afternoon / evening there.
Final Thoughts: Nice easy start to our ...
... 1971 as a real prison, you can now tour around it. As well as being the model for over 300 prisons worldwide, Al Capone was an inmate for a while. It is really interesting - Ethan in particular is taken with it. He gets to open the huge gate to the prison and we see the operating theatre where Al Capone had his tonsils out. Afterwards we try Philadelphia's most famous food - the cheesesteak. There are famous vendors in the South of the city that ...
... to heathrow and septa train from the airport (give him credit he didn't complain too much!) We were in our hotel 90 minutes after landing which is really quick compared to NYC in December when we spent about 2 hours just trying to get through immigration! After a quick McD's dinner we lasted until about 9pm when we fell asleep in front of the ...