Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia City Center
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Krissica stayed here on Apr 16, 2014 during their trip titled: Krissica's Great Adventure.
... back to 1736. It’s nicely preserved by a residents association, who take tours and encourage donations, and the little houses are beautiful. The street is a national landmark, and the homes have not been altered in almost 300 years, outside at least. We spoke to two gentlemen who told us a little about the street, and directed us to take a look in a hidden courtyard. It’s definitely worth a look if you’re in the area and like a bit of history / nice architecture. ...
... up with them and the day went by too fast. We got the train back into the city and headed straight for bed.
We awoke on our last day to pretty good weather(it wasn’t raining) and mild temperatures(compared to New York that is). We headed down to Independence hall to pick up free tickets to do the tour as that is the only way you can access the site. Wade was disappointed he never saw Nicholas Cage, nor did he find the glasses to lead him to find the National ...
... is quoted as having said, "In wine there is wisdom, in beer there is strength, in water there is bacteria." We enjoyed the evening with good food, great service, and close proximity to the hotel, not to mention the photo op with Ben. I WAS embarrassed it took me more than a few minutes to figure out 4 Fathers=Forefathers, as in Ben and others!
... of all of this, although, sadly, not all are very clear and certainly don't really do justice to what we saw. The icebergs were actually quite large, as they were easily seen from 35,000 feet.
Overall, it was a very good trip back to Philadelphia, although three flights made for a long day. In addition, upon arrival in Philly we soon realized that Sue and SteveB's bags did ...