Sheraton Suites Philadelphia Airport
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... and it was a perfect balance to the recent sightseeing to just chill and chat. Thomas and Isabel time in Thailand was evident after about 15 mins as they both got out complaining of being too cold – they’re both ruined!
We had a couple of beers and caught up with one of Eileen’s friends who’d I’d last seen in London 10 years ago when she was part of a group visiting Eileen from the US and had smuggled ...
A lay in, the alarm actually went off and woke us up this morning at 7:15am. The day has come that we have been dreading as it's the last day in the U.S. As a result we have to pack the cases for the last time and lock them up. We have each kept an outfit for the plane and will change when we get to the airport. This morning as per usual we have a tour of the city, if starts at a later 09:30am. It lasts three hours, so not ...
... Army Knife. The museum had great exhibits for all ages and I really appreciated the summer camp exhibit and the discussion of how discrimination in someways helped Jewish immigrants establish their own businesses and communities.
After the Jewish Museum, I went to The Franklin Institute to see their exhibit on Pompeii. The quality of the artifacts was fantastic, I've never seen 2,000 year old items so well preserved. The biggest ...
... have known that it would be huge, I'm in America for god’s sake. It tasted amazing but was far too much food. 3 big pancakes covered in strawberries and blueberries, an apricot sauce and nutella. What was I thinking?? I shouldn’t be hungry for a while anyway!
After brunch we jumped into the car and headed into the centre of town to walk around. Otis was our tour guide for today. They guy is so knowledgeable. He knew ...
... a fleece and a windbreaker that could be layered (along with my thermals) to create a parka when it got very cold.
Overall, I opted for as much quick-dry clothing as possible (underwear, shirts, shorts, a pair of pants) since I knew my laundry would almost always be line-dried and that I'd often get rained
on when out for the day.
My shoes were 1) Hiking boots 2) Keens 3) Metallic ...