Red Roof PLUS+ Philadelphia Airport
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... by us quickly and also Broadway, in fact we came away with very few quality photos since most had to be shot through the windows of the sometimes moving bus. Wall Street looked about as busy and hectic as we would have expected in NYC, the Cathedral of Capitalism.
... for Wes to see where to go.
Went to McDonald's to use their internet. Coffee and smoothie were the purchases. Booked into Choice Hotel near Essington airport in Philadelphia. Wanted to stay down town but could not get in.
Detoured off the route looking for a lunch spot. The road took us to a hospital but there was nowhere to pull over. A drive down Nursery Road in Ewing township New Jersey brought us to a wildlife corridor with a place off to ...
... believe that just because we lost the game means I'm not happy I got to go to it in the first place. I would like to say that that is 100% not true. The entry in which I wrote about the game was written whilst I was in the throes of despair. Forgive my dramatics, but I was feeling somewhat upset at the time. I am so happy and grateful that I got to go to the Pens game, and honestly, I feel the same way about this entire trip. It is such an opportunity for me, and ...
... If we had left a minute later all the exits would have been closed off. It was scary to see all the cop cars actually. The train ride took nearly 3 hours. We had been awake for nearly 24 hours and the night before we had hardly any sleep! I fell asleep on the train for quite a whole and we also got to speak to a nice American guy on the train.
It was an absolutely amazing day with an incredible friend and getting to see an awesome ice hockey game! We cannot wait to ...
... use the remaining part of the day to nap and relax.
The next day, I took the SEPTA Regional Rail commuter train east towards Center City. There, the first thing I did was go by the Independence Visitors Center to get a timed ticket to visit the one and only Independence Hall. With some time to kill before I had to get in line, I visited the Liberty Bell Center to see its namesake. The sight of it nearly blew me away, for this was a significant piece ...