Rodeway Inn Center City
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... on either side by the memorials of those who died in Vietnam, Korea, WWII and other great leaders (MLK, Jefferson etc).
I got back and it was all hands on deck to get up and out of the hotel by 8.30am. We got to the station and grabbed bagels, coffee and fruit. With all the bags, we must have looked like we were refugees, carrying all that we could. Isabel especially loved the fully loaded Nutella toasted bagel and her face ...
... saved and pennies earned, and some say it was a bride who first threw a penny down so her new husband would be successful… 20 years after Franklin’s death. We aren’t ones to balk at tradition, and seeing as we have a bag full of pennies, we each made a wish :)
Our last historic stop in the old city, was one we made ourselves rather than with the tour group. Elfreth’s Alley is billed as America’s oldest continual residential street, ...
... Summer of our discontent) and a poem by e.e.cummings. It was really well done. The orchestra finished up with the love theme from The Godfather and a Strauss waltz.
We then walked from the Academy to the Hyatt at the Bellvue for the concert and ball. They had an a Capella group outside, as well as handbells outside the hotel. Inside a children’s choir was singing. We went up to the 19th floor to the ...
... trains; once we hit D.C. where Amtrak owns the rail lines our travel speed went up by about 50-100%.
We actually got into Philly on time +/- a few minutes and after dropping off my stuff at a friend's apartment, we had some homemade wings which were quite delicious (thanks Bri-guy!)
My first full day in the city of brotherly love started a bit late because of my lack of sleep the previous day but I managed to explore ...
... Museum of Art, and is now standing close to the steps leading to this magnificent building. Additionally, the flight of stairs leading to the Philadelphia Museum of Art was used in that first Rocky movie, and are now known as the ‘Rocky Steps’. At the top of the staircase are Rocky’s footprints! Such a bit of fun for such a ‘serious’ place!
We then made our ...