SpringHill Suites Philadelphia Plymouth Meeting
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... Peace Officers Memorial Day, which commemorates and honors police officers and other peacemakers. As a tribute, all US and state flags are flown at half-mast.
All in all, the day was a good one, and Historic Philadelphia does have a certain charm that the other parts of the city I saw were lacking. I still don't think I would want to live there, but I can see why some people like it. At the very least, they have good food, even as leftovers, and those of ...
... had to go back to the hotel to get ready for dinner and the night out.
We walked to dinner at a nice restaurant called the Marathon Grill. It was of not particular cuisine, but featured organic and responsibly produced ingredients in all it's dishes. Here we could get anything on the menu under a certain price range. After dinner, we took a private coach to the Kimmel Center for the Performing ...
Today we both woke up not knowing how we got back to our hotel. I remember being at the Voltage bar and drinking lots, doing shots of fire ball whiskey, which was smooth but very hot. We both had terrible hangovers, things got out of hand last night, we were both so pumped from the show that we got too excited, and well here we are with rotten hangover having to face a day of getting tattooed and waiting around. We got downstairs in time to ...
... statue once stood. For a tough guy, Rocky's feet were rather small.
The walk back was not as eventful as the walk there. It began to rain so we did not stop a whole lot, not that there was much else to see because we went back pretty much the same way. We were not so much in a hurry though because the rain, though still quite warm, cooled us off a bit from the stiflingly muggy day. It was a happy day, with our "whatever happens happens ...