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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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A van load of people showed up. And before I knew it my house was completely in boxes!! It's really strange. I wish I was more prepared. The towels are dirty, there are dishes in the sink. Oh well guess I'll wash them on the other side. At least the kids are having fun. They went to the Barnett's (neighbors/friends) for lunch and to play. Now they are plugged in just to keep them out of the way. I am feeling useless. At least I can keep giving everyone water, that's ...
... all be so different. The thirteen states
could very well be thirteen different countries.
A visit to rest of the Historic Park, a World Heritage Site, with the Independence
Hall as the centrepiece was highly educational. We saw the world-famous
(cracked!) Liberty Bell and learned more than we ever wanted to know about
But we did all that last time. So, on this ...
... asked for a side salad instead of fries with her lobster roll!
Back on the road it seemed like we saw one car accident after another, which is always a good reminder to keep our speed slow (We are in no rush after all). Our friendly GPS suggested a shortcut which i mistakenly agreed to. The "short cut" took us right through Brooklyn at rush hour which was an experience i have ...
... having a party in the hallway, and then a Mother with her two children arrived in the room next door, at about midnight, speaking rather loudly. (She kept telling them to 'be quiet, because she wasn't 'in the mood'' - just put them to bed, I say!)
Eventually, we all got differing amounts of sleep, and it was time to wake up to the first official day of our US adventure! We were very grateful to find a little coffee ...
... a tour with a really animated guy who gave us the low down on what went on in Independence Hall - George Washington! Benjamin Franklin! (which, by the way, I find it nearly impossible to say without mimicking Flo-Rida) - and then we were allowed into the Assembly Room, where the dudes all sat and signed for their Independence. It was actually pretty cool, as they'd left it in situ, and there were people in period dress, so you could really get a feel for it. The ...