Wingate By Wyndham Mt. Laurel/Philadelphia Area
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... ran the steps as part of his workout and we were told people still emulate that scene. There was a beautiful, though a bit cloudy, view of the city skyline from the top.
Our driver, Clark, dropped us off at Reading Terminal Market for lunch. I cannot begin to describe this place! What kind of food do you like? It is bound ...
... provocation) is the ability to sleep anywhere at any time, so I laid back and put myself to sleep. When I woke up we were stuck in road construction traffic with a fare of $50.00 bucks on the meter, and the driver wigging out at the slow pace. After 5 more minutes of a snails pace I told the driver I wanted to get out as I could see my hotel was only 1 block over.
He filled in the credit card slip for the full amount on the bottom ...
... After a few beers and a bit of getting to know one another (it's always the same first convos...'where are you from', 'are you just travelling?', 'where else have you been?' And so on and so forth. One of the good thing about travelling round America is that you don't always meet people who are travelling. A lot of people are also American, visiting new places and on vacation. This means that I have received loads of good advice about places to visit from locals who live around ...
... to emails in the hostel lounge I headed out to explore the local area. The hostel is in the old part of town and walking out through their suggested route was really interesting. I went through Independence Park and onto the Penn Landing, the architecture in this area dates back to when Philadelphia was the Capital of America. The feel of the area is similar to that when you walk through the historic parts of York or Lincoln. ...
... of pumpkin pie. We topped this off with some fresh local apples and a smoothie each from a produce stall and then sat out in the sun eating our delicious breakfast. Needless to say, the bakery goods were unreal. Sooooo nice.
After we'd eaten, we walked through the city down Chestnut Street to visit the College of Physicians of Philadelphia - the Mutter Museum. I'd been really looking forward to this, as when we'd been researching what to do in the city, before ...