Wyndham Garden Exton Valley Forge
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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 ...
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Reading Terminal Market
This was a great way to wrap up our time in Philadelphia. Karen and I had a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich at the same place Barack Obama ate at. Kate and Liv bought cookies from the store in the picture. Liv found this shop online and was desperate to find it before we left.
Our trip to the airport reminded me to mention a little about Italian drivers. I'm sure that many are good, polite drivers but we've observed that some take too many risks. For example, zipping down a narrow country road using the palm of one hand to drive while texting. Another example was this morning when our cab driver stopped for a red light and exasperated the driver behind who honked and pulled in front of him. We saw very few law enforcement officers on the ...
... fish and chips were ordered and the waitress, a very friendly lady, chatted to us about our trip. When we said we were on our way to Philly she was a little concerned as she told us about the 2-3 murders a day that take place in the city. After a very nice lunch we were back on the road and soon within Philadelphia city limits. The high rise buildings and beautiful bridges were a welcome change from the monotony of the highways and interstates. We found a place ...
... the street to one of Heather’s “must see” destinations for the trip: the United States Mint. It was a pretty high-security affair, and though the self-guided tour was pretty dated, it was really neat to see how money is made. We saw lots of weird machines, rolls of nickel (weighing two tons apiece), and about a zillion “blank” pennies.
After we were done at the Mint, we were all pretty tired and ...