Residence Inn Philadelphia Exton
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... Ross is said to be the maker of the first American flag, but from what I have read there is actually no prof that this is a true fact. To tour the house is $5. I didn't do the inside tour, I just walked around the front and the gift shop, had a read of the signs. Then sat and had a break under the tree. By this point I was feeling the lack if sleep from the night before. My last stop for the day was on the way back to the ...
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So now we're both sunny state-side and enjoying the food, ease and language of traveling round the US. There was an emotional goodbye at Miami airport (Best airport in the world) as I waved Joe off on his plane to Orlando and I waited for mine to Philly. We made some plans to keep in touch and some contingency plans in case things went bottoms ...
The check- in and security process was much easier and quicker at Leonardo da Vinci airport than at Dullest. I love that the main airport is named after an artist and inventor, someone who was the renaissance man, rather than a politician.
I bumped into Matt who we met at Solociccia in Panzano. He thanked me for sending him a photo of them and the www.empire.com website for wines from all over the world.
As we are flying back ...
... right in the middle of the city and went for a walk around. It was a lovely city with a lot of history and features in numerous films including the famous scene in Rocky where he runs up the steps of some art museum. However being as no one knew where they were, we ended up walking around guided only by Dan's enthusiasm and sheer determination to find them. Needless to say after 40 minutes we hadn't found them so headed back to the car. On the way out of Philli it ...
... we found a spot called Campo’s Deli and got some cheesesteak sandwiches and pretzels. It was good eating. Of all the food experiences that I had been looking forward to for the trip, having a real cheesesteak sandwich in Philadelphia was tops on my list.
Finally, we meandered around the neighborhood for a while – walking along the cobblestone streets, and taking in the historical markers all around us – before ...