SpringHill Suites Philadelphia Plymouth Meeting
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Phanatic advertising the Sand Castle World Cup. The bullpen was unique as it was terraced with the visiting team above and behind the home pen (not to mention the flowers bordering it). The hitters eye is a cool brick wall covered in vines. The largest visual is the light up Liberty Bell that I thankfully got to see toll in just before midnight. My favorite visual however was watching the Philly Phanatic in all his ...
... sub-zero temperatures at the moment a seat indoors was much more appealing. We then moved on for the main event, dinner at Hill Country, a Texan barbeque restaurant. We all decided to opt for the Pitmasters Combo which you share between 2 people and get a variety of different meats (e.g. ribs, brisket, chicken) and 2 sides (e.g. mac and cheese, sweet potato mash, coleslaw). I shared with Ciara and whilst putting the world to rights we started munching ...
... had people asking to have photos with him because he looked great with all American colours on and the flag. We told him he should have charged a fee.
After this we made our way to Franklin’s fountain near South street which is an old style ice cream shop. We had sundaes and relaxed in the warm sun, so it was really nice to relax for a bit and the ice cream was amazing! Stephanie and I shared a Mount Vesuvius sundae…it was so good!
Lastly, we ...
... dug in there for the winter, where they could keep an eye on the British and also try to prevent them from moving farther west. The British generals thought about attacking Valley Forge but thought better of it, once they saw the fortifications. They had tried attacking such a camp before (Bunker Hill), but that didn't work out so well for them.
We got a chance to see reproductions of huts similar to those the troops built and lived in, as well as some ...