The Westin Mount Laurel
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... I said my goodbyes to Lindsay and Ana who were off to their homes in San Jose and Lugano, then I moved hotels to the Geogian Terrace Hotel in the Midtown section. I decided to stay in Atlanta for the weekend to site see and spend time with my boyfriend, Pat who flew in from Houston for the weekend. We ...
... century and despite some repairs it became unusable in 1846 after tolling for George Washington’s birthday. Across the street from the Liberty Bell Center, Independence Hall is located. We went on a free tour around the building and learned that Independence Hall is also referred to as ‘ the birthplace of American government’. It was here that delegates from the 13 colonies came together and approved the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Behind ...
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... and the reduced speed limit that everyone wanted to ignore I had white knuckles, before I hit the city proper.
Philadelphia is very much an American city as we see on all those American cop shows on TV. Tall buildings, grid roads, gridlocked traffic, narrow one-way streets. It also has an AVIS rental car depot with no bloody sign out the front. So I got to experience the gridlocked, narrow one-way streets for 15 minutes longer than intended.
... We parked up in the old part of the city and went for a bit of a walk. We headed to Christ Church - such a gorgeous church inside & out, then to Elfreth's Alley - the oldest continuously lived in street in the USA, passed the place where the first flag of the US was made, passed Liberty Bell (no I didn't lick it!) and then onto Independence Hall where the Constitution of the US was signed - loved this! Having just seen ...