Ramada Newark / Wilmington
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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We made an early morning trip to Drexel University, a great "coop" school. Parents, have students explain that to you. Did our own self-guided tour. Happy to learn their mascot is the Dragon! Then did a city walking tour with a local tour guide who gave us the inside scoop on the Liberty Bell, ...
All packed, house is clean, instructions given to Val, prescription picked up, Sam hugged and kissed. Val dropped us at Penn Station; hugs and thanks Val. Train is pretty nice. To get to the platform you have to go down a long flight of stairs. It was difficult with two heavy suitcases. Oy. Can't wait to check one in PHL. We're in London now, in the lounge at heaththrow. Flight was fine. I watched World War Z based ...
... time that it was a rising sun.
We exited Independence Hall out the back way and into the graden that we had found ourselves in many times, feeling glad that we had finally got to go inside. Katie turned to me and said “onwards to New York?” I always get a twinge of sadness when I leave a place in the US...and half of me felt like I wasn’t quite ready to leave Philly yet....but the other half reminded the first half ...
... the chores. Tori and I decorated candles for her Mom and Grandmother. We went to Stadium football with Philadelphia Soul's against the Arizona Rattlers. Arthur had gotten suite tickets. It wasn't the football I am used to but it was fun. The Rattlers won 55 to 54. A few more mosquito bites
Sunday - Went to a volleyball ralley to watch Amanda play. ...
... wi-fi on offer. And I really can't fault the claim of being within easy access of the I-95. It really is. All in all, it's lived up to all the hype, and when it comes to places to stay, you can't ask for anything more, can you? I'm still debating which of the beds to use. I generally go for the one with the best view of the TV but in this case, the television is positioned in the middle of the two, but that's just a side issue that I'm sure will resolve itself in time.