Red Roof Inn Philadelphia Trevose
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... in their capabilities. I usually don't get too excited about product names or model numbers of cameras, so when they told me they couldn't find a Cam Mate or Jimmy Jib (jib crane names) in the area but they had an alternate solution, I said I was OK with it.
Well they brought some homemade piece of ***** with worm gears and crank handles, supported by rope and bungee cords. I was pretty disappointed, but willing to give them the benefit of the ...
... I woke up freezing, despite actually wearing pajamas and socks to bed. Luckily, the shower got nice and hot so by the time I left for the tour I had booked at 11, I was actually feeling human which is always a plus.
The tour I had booked for today was called Ride the Ducks. It's called that because the vehicle we were riding in was a newer version of the amphibious DUKW from WWII (also known as a Duck). So we spent about an hour and change riding around ...
... do and followed the herd towards the bright shiny lights of 30st Station. Warmth, seating and coffee awaited us and the megabus refugees spread out into the waiting hall.
Next to me on the bench was an elderly gentleman from Liberia who's name was Joe...this was enough to make us firm friends and he lamented that he would only be in town for the weekend for a family engagement and would be unable to show me around. He also came to my rescue when the local cops decided it ...
... the Constitution, including a live performance, a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation and Signers' Hall, a stylized evocation of the Assembly Room in Independence Hall. I then took the bus west to visit the Franklin Institute, one of the oldest centers of science education and development in the United States dating to 1824, which features, among other displays, the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial.
Before meeting to have dinner with two of ...
... the city was named the nation's capital, a role it filled from 1790 until 1800, when Washington D.C. took over. We took an independence tour of the old buildings and saw the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is right in the center of Philadelphia inside of a pavilion near Independence Hall and is well known because of its large crack.
Being in Philadelphia was also a ...