Travelodge Philadelphia Runnemede
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... gor Phili. I had the best Greyhound trip I've ever had, no need to weigh my case, only a 2 hour trip. Normal person next to me!! Oh it was luxury. However, when I get to the Greyhound station in Phili, well it all went west! So I sit down and wait for Christine to pick me up This odd guy was staring straight ...
... post office; both creations of Benjamin Franklin. We continued on to Carpenter Hall where more of the writing of the Declaration of Independence was written. He explained that the largest part of the arguing, writing, and decision making were actually made at the local tavern. Hmmm... Some things don't change! When the tour was over, the four of us went through Liberty Hall to see the court room and the room with all the desks where the ...
... the iPad. In the end, the thrifty packer side of us went with the iPad and download small, low-quality movies called divx. We then converted the divx to mp4 files and uploaded them to my iPad. I'll keep you posted on my thoughts on the divx movies which include Independence Day (I somehow managed to escape this movie in life), The Usual suspects, and Behind Enemy Lines.
20-inch vs 22-inch carry-on: It was a very tough decision. In the end, ...
... the second of 4 hours. The first tour was in and around old Philadelphia and the second, Real Philadelphia, was an introduction to the neighbourhoods of the city, its food and murals. Both were run by Free Tours by Foot a company that is tip based and we are fond of, we used them in New Orleans and in Washington, Georgetown tour.
We ate another good dinner at Farrmaicia then we were off to prepare to fly to Boston tomorrow.
Saturday was a crazy day. We packed. We made a rock shrine. We ate Chinese. Played a life size game of Tetris with our stuff in my car and my moms. Thanks to Andy. Paul. Tishna. Emily and my momma for helping us out. Sad to leave such wonderful people so willing to help us and see us off. It doesn't feel real yet that we left. And aren't going ...