Red Roof Inn Philadelphia Trevose
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... him at the National Constitution Center where we had spent the bulk of our day yesterday. From there you can see all of Independence Mall, built in 1950 and attracts over 10 million tourist each year.
Our first stop was The Presidents House Site. In 2007 an archaeological dig found the footings for the first presidents house. As I said before Philadelphia was the capital of the United States from 1790-1800. This was because at the time of ...
... me a bunch of granola bars for my travels! But the best part was I got a great picture of her so if anybody is ever in Philly say hello to this woman and you'll love her positive energy.
So that's it for now...I tried to make it short but as for this writer I don't believe in short stories. So I'll be back tomorrow hopefully with an article on Philly. Till then take care and be well.
... steakhouse. Wilson was the former President of Princeton University (Yea Laura!) He is probably best known for leading us through WWI and his attempt for form a League of Nations, the failed forerunner to the United Nations. Oh, yea, he also signed the 19th amendment to the Constitution so all you women could vote! Unfortunately, he went on a tour to tout his League of Nations to the American citizens and wore himself out and suffered several ...
... to an end after some pretty heavy gridlock near Broadway. I have never been so happy to see a hotel room and especially one as luxurious as the one at the London NYC Hotel. This place is beautiful with French doors to the bedroom with a king size bed, wardrobe the size of mine at home and a double shower. I am in heaven! Time to feed the grumbling beasts inside our tummies.... Dinner at Rue 571 hit the spot witH delicious steaks, cocktails and beers to finish off our night back in ...
... for. And my phone was dead by this point. I felt so disconnected and helpless. But thankfully I managed to borrow someone else's charging cord so that I could juice up my phone a little and make sure I had a ride if and when I ever made it back to Seattle.