Rodeway Inn Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... bell are pretty cool. The area contains a bunch of US history and even has a UNESCO World heritage building- independence hall. The liberty bell, while free to view, had a gigantic line, so i just took photos through the glass from outside. It was small anyway. I visited Benjamin franklins grave, which you could either pay $7 to visit, or poke a camera through the fence for free. No prizes for guessin which option I took.Philly ...
... rain however left my fast pass for test track dead in the water. The Canadian experience came early as we made our way around each of the countries exhibits. With the rain still present I bought a poncho and set up tent waiting for the fireworks and laser show at 9. Illuminations reflections of earth. The show started and the rain stalled giving way for a spectacular show. Day four was wasted with heavy down pour and some well deserved sleep. Day five of seven saw us returning ...
... we continued our walk. We passed many interesting sites and I had the best time walking through downtown Philly because there was just so much to see! You really had to keep your eyes open and look left and right as well as up in order to not miss a thing! Pete took us to the famous Rocky Steps, where Rocky Balboa once did his preparations to fight in the world heavyweight championship. Needless to say I followed his example and raced the guys up the stairs where we did ...
I had a good sleep in which is always needed working these hours and I was able to watch some tv shows which is always relaxing to me. I went to the gym and just rested which was nice. At about 5pm, Erin and I caught the train into Philadelphia which is about half an hour. We met Stuart, Luke and Forrest who were already in Philly and made our way into the stadium.
The game was really good. The Phillies started off shaky, but they ...
... arrived at our hotel on Walnut Street right in the middle of the city at about 11am. Needless to say our room wasn't ready and they almost didn't keep our luggage for us.
The Rodeway Inn, the place we'd booked, turned out to be the inner depths of hell. They were renovating so there was no elevator (we were on the 3rd floor), it took a lot of me looking at the receptionist blankly before she took our luggage (we were only in Philly for one day!) and it's run very poorly. ...