Wellesley Inn & Suites Carneys Point
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... the tour. Upon our return to the hotel, we met our tour director, Mary, and received some information. Since we were dog-tired we went to our room, put our feet up and opened the bottle of wine we had just purchased.
At 5 PM we met the Kerns to return to the Burial Ground for a tour centered around the Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1793. Our ...
... mark we start circling again. The pilot comes on the blower and announces 'the air field' is now closed so we start circling again.
To me, an air field is a grass covered strip that Billy Bishop lands his Sopwith Camel at, or perhaps Snoopy on his Red Dog House. Atlanta International Airport is the worlds busiest handling over a quarter of a million passengers a day on 1 000 000+ flights annually. It covers over 4700 acres, hardly an air ...
... verdict. I said he was guilty but he was actually found not guilty. Really good addition to the visit. The rest of the prison was made up of horrific solitary confinement underground; no lights, minimal food, alone. This is still used today as a punishment but far more humane. There were interesting exhibitions in the cells; one was filled with a car shell to represent the shell of humans that resided here. One artist had knitted covers for all the walls, floor, beds, tables etc ...
Got to see Philadelphia from the airport, check out the small plane from Philly to Toronto! Flying with US Airways, which was fine for the forts leg, however the plane has been delayed and our gate has changed twice already...think my luggage may go ...
... to the massive portions!)
As we continued walking, it became more and more obvious why Joey from Friends had to 'get into the map' when he came to visit London in the show - the majority of the streets in the North East corner of the US are just big squares - it's hard even for me to get lost! Very different to back home.
We had a leisurely walk back through the city and to the hostel. Philly isn't massive so we'd managed to fit in everything we ...