Wyndham Garden Exton Valley Forge
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Lastly, I wanted to mention that I am in Center City, Philadelphia, near the NJ border. I was walking looking for a nice spot to relax and use the internet to write to ...
Well after the dramatic day I had yesterday, I was ready to head out and explore Philadelphia on my own. I had missed out on getting to New York in time, so I had a day to myself in Philly. I would meet up with the bus crew later in the afternoon when they checked into the hotel. I started my day with a shower and clean set of clothing. The only set I had. Then off I went I was using my trip advisor app again to do a ...
... through a jaunt around the big, scary US of A. The magnitude of his refusal to accept the proximity of a trip to Boston, a place for which he has, despite having contacted a dozen potential hosts, nowhere to stay is matched only by his ability to pretend that, in spite of any evidence, something will inevitably turn up. It is less than 48 hours until his coach arrives...
Obviously, I am said rogue. In despair I prepared to hand over $60-100 to ...
... Ben Franklin historical sights. You’ll grab a cheese steak. You might swing by Reading Terminal Market, the Art Museum (the ‘Rocky’ steps) and Elfreth’s Alley before stopping down by Penn’s landing at the Franklin Fountain for ice cream.
It’s not super stunning and it might feel like there’s not much more to see than that. But every time I come here I discover something new. ...
... had been exploring the U.S. with his sister and her friend for the last few months (since he is still in high school and this would be during their summer vacation) and was heading back home. It was so fun talking to them and getting a feel for what we were soon going to encounter for
ourselves. We must have sat there for almost two hours, so it was getting late and we had to get an early start the next day. I went up to my room and slept like a ...