Knights Inn Pennsville
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... for someone to come in and enjoy the wine. Our tasting gave us seven samples, of which we could choose which wines we might like best. It's a nice touch when the choice of wines is our own. No one has the same tastes - some like sweet, some like dry, and some like a combination of both. Monroeville has quite a sampling in each category, so everyone should be able to find a favorite.
As we looked over the ...
This afternoon we drove into Philadelphia for a tour of Old Historic Philly on a Segway. Before the tour we toured by the Liberty Bell and had a Philly cheese steak and Hot dog with kraut. Walked through Liberty Plaza park on this beautiful sunny day. Mid 70s made the day wonderful. I took a few videos along the Segway tour and will add them soon. Tomorrow we will be driving to KY to spend the week with Ken, Dalene, Nathan and Kaylen. It will be a long drive so starting out ...
... the nice lady checks me into a very nice room where I will stay for 3 nights. For the second location in a row I am very impressed by the person who books my accommodations (me of course!).
I go in search of Philly Cheese Steak, but end up having mussels and a burger at the Perch Pub around the corner. A couple of Happy Pops finish the deal and I am back in my room and fast asleep by 2300h.
... he runs up the steps so I thought about that as I punched the air. What was quire funny is that most people do not visit the museum where the steps lead up to. Most just want to feel like rocky (or the fresh prince) for 5 minutes. We then started to walk back towards the hostel as there were some exciting things on the way. We walked down the Benjamin franklin walkway; it was lined with trees and flags from each country in the world. England's was crumpled up on the pole so that ...
... The museum is actually the house that the Frick family lived in until they donated it to the city. It is a beautiful house built in the 19th century. The family collected a lot of art, especially small bronze statues. It was very impressive. After that we headed home for a nap and then out to dinner.
Friday morning we took the subway out to the Cloisters, which is a museum built to look like an old monastery. ...