Wyndham Garden Exton Valley Forge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... Two room up here have larger-than-life portraits of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. This building as been restored to reflect the internal appearances of the time. For lunch today I had a Philly cheesesteak sandwich from Campos deli. It was yummy. Strips of steak with provolone cheese and onions. The bread was so so but the rest made up for it. After lunch I continued my self guided tour, my next stop was the Besty Ross ...
... going on down on the field, both during the innings and in-between. While the teams were changing over, it appeared to be the job of the mascot the 'Phanatic', to entertain, which he did during one break by driving a little car with a cannon attached to it, with which he fired hot dogs into the stands!
By the time we negotiated the car park, and the drive home, it was once again rather late. My little travellers, and my senior ...
... it quits at 5.30, showered and got ourselves ready to leave. We ended up heading out of the hostel at 7.30am, and walked through the bustling commuter crowds to the train station. The journey took us over 45 minutes; we needed to stop loads to catch our breath and rest our poor shoulders. There were points when I didn't think we would make it (drama!) and that we'd have to get a taxi, but our frugal-ness prevailed and we eventually dragged our butts into the train ...
... Francisco. We were at the wrong one. Since Susan had done us a huge favor I didn't want to call her back and ask for another ride so I asked the hotel staff if we could take the shuttle to the other hotel. Instead the woman at the front desk put on her customer service hat and called a car service free of charge and had us driven to the other hotel. When we arrived at the proper hotel we got to our room and started ...
... Parkway to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which is probably most famous for the "Rocky steps" out the front of the museum. We resisted the urge to run up the steps (due to our parlous hungover state), however we walked up them and entered the museum. The museum is very large and has an extensive collection, with the ...