Red Roof PLUS+ Philadelphia Airport
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... what made it safe as there were businesses on either side. There were no left turns and the road was divided by a concrete barrier. All turns were done by going right.
The traffic flowed freely most of the time. When it was slow it gave us a chance to look around and to make sure we were going the right way. Only one hitch with me not reading Tom's directions correctly. I have to hold Tom as there is nowhere to mount him. This can make it tricky ...
... disappointing. We passed a few fountains surrounded by old, decorative buildings with finite detail. Eventually, we arrived at the famous 'love' sign by another fountain and had a few pictures there. Over the road stood the city hall; huge and prominent; it took up a whole block with stone that was beautifully carved into intricate detail. We made our way to the liberty bell and constitution centre. The liberty bell we saw from the outside, feeling that it was a ...
... trip was rather uneventful, with Scott, Chris and Tom arriving on the 17th, and Steve Van Meter arriving tomorrow on the 18th.
The Luxor hotel wi-fi was non existent, so we had to resort to the questionably OSHA approved wired connections. I guess $20 a night isn't enough to put in wireless routers, but the rooms are nice for that price.
... the young children to be able to concentrate on their roles in the nuptials, rather than focusing on how uncomfortable they are.
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... Bell. The bell has become a symbol of liberty and freedom to Americans (even though it is famous for having a huge crack in it!). We then took a guided tour of Independence Hall which is where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. It was very cool to see, however I think Americans probably appreciated it a bit more than us as they learn all about this throughout their school life. We spent the rest of the day exploring the ...