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"You can't get there from here" is a Maine phrase. I think it's a reference to the remoteness of the state. (They only recently started getting a train service to Boston) but also those words highlight the Maine accent. 'There' is pronounce "They-aaaa" etc. I first heard this saying when I was busily preparing for my trip by making essential rap playlists for all ...
... sure if I’ll bother going to any more.
On Friday night Matt and I grabbed some yummy Peruvian dinner before heading to a small works opening at BAS.
On Saturday night we had surprise birthday party for Claire and Sain (Claire was in Australia when it was her actual birthday). They had no idea; which is always fun. The bar had a cool outside area and most of us indulged in far too many of the frozen margaritas…
On Sunday Matt ...
... that he is willing to share and has visited Perth, eating fish and chips at Fishermen’s Harbour! He makes an excellent cappuccino and smokes cigars. He has',he reliably informs us, the best hookahs in all of Philly.
We head to off to our respective hotels arranging to meet later.
Later we meet and decide to eat at Joes Diner, because they have 20 beers on tap, which I correctly note will keep Steve happy. It does, he samples 10 of them. Beer ...
... inside the temple but it was closed. We carried on walking towards the Franklin Institute, and on the way we stopped by a fountain and I dipped my feet in to cool down. The Franklin Institute Science Museum was really interesting; we went inside a giant heart! We also watched a show about black holes in the planetarium...it was very educational ;) All in all we have enjoyed our time in Philadelphia, but it felt weird to not be as busy as we have been since being in the ...
... of people come to see. I did the tourist thing and run up the steps, took a couple of photos of Rocky and then continued down to the Independence section of town.
Some people may not know that Philadelphia was actually the first capital of the USA. George Washington was sworn in as the first president and actually lived in Philly whilst in term. The centre of the Independence sector is the Liberty Bell. The Liberty Bell is known symbolizes the strength of Independence, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking