Hilton Garden Inn Mount Holly / Westampton
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- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... We skirted Pittsburg, with its power stations’ cooling towers sending steam skywards – although we had a good tailwind at 7,500ft, the steam appeared to be rising vertically. We did get good views of the Susquehanna River as it stretched in the distance on both sides. Then came the town of Reading (coincidental as it was the first major town we flew over when leaving Dunsfold all those days ago!).
With Downtown Philadelphia to the right, we started the descent ...
... back to this place in between all my upcoming mini trips. I popped up to my room, dropped my bag off and headed back down to the bar to claim my free welcome drink. I was so exhausted I couldn't be bothered to go out and find something to eat so I settled for a leftover muffin from breakfast. After a couple of glasses of wine I headed to my surprisingly comfy bed ready to be up early and prepped for my bus ride to Boston the next ...
... were tools used to build our nations monuments are prominently displayed along with great models and dioramas. It was the first privately owned building to be opened as a national shrine!
*There is no flag in front of the original post office because we weren't a free nation and didn't have a flag of our won yet. Betsy Ross had yet to design one.
We saw the steps that Rocky ran up and his statue. The 'LOVE' statue and so much more. ...
... about half of them started singing the theme song with me. “In West Philadelphia born and raised....” Fun!
We started our morning with a walking tour of the old party of Philly. Our tour guide was a very sweet lady, with a thick German accent. Unfortunately, she was VERY difficult to hear over all of the traffic, and trying to herd the kids around her while simultaneously listen and take pictures made it impossible to hear the stories she was ...
... a bus home to Virginia so I wandered in no particular direction and came across a great big sculpture depicting the struggle of humanity - I loved its connectedness and chaos both in form and function. Love Park was my next encounter which you will all recognise and is representative of the brother & sisterly love that Philly is known for. I then met Lou in the Cathedral of St Peter & St Paul - who genuinely exudes the ...