Wyndham Garden Glen Mills Wilmington
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... a Declaration of Independence. At the end of this walk you come to Congress Hall. This building sits right next to Independence Hall. Congress Hall was built in 1787 as the County Court House. At the time Philadelphia was not the only city in the county. There were a dozen others. When the country took their first census Philadelphia county had 3 out of the top 10 largest cities in America. Today they have all expanded and grown together to be ...
... Hall, Philadelphia’s Magic Garden and the Ben Franklin Sculpture. One of the things Philly is famous for is Philadelphia cheesesteak, a baguette-like bread covered with wiz cheese and a load of steak. Pete took us to the price winning cheesesteak place downtown and I don’t think it has been as quiet at any moment during the trip as when we were enjoying the cheesesteak in the diner. When our legs had had some rest and our bellies were filled with the best ...
... journey began yesterday morning when our chauffeur Barry (thank you Barry, we'll return the favour next year) picked us up bright and early to take us to the airport. I love that feeling when you are on the way, and if anything has not been done, or packed, there is nothing more you can do, and it is just too bad!
We managed to get on an earlier-than-booked flight and just had time for a well-needed coffee before boarding our flight ...
... indian food, bakers...just everything. We bought some truffles from a huge chocolate stall called Mueller Incorporate (and I chipped in to help an adorable kid who wanted a lolly and didn't have enough cents...so cute!) and decided we'd pop back tomorrow to fully take advantage.
We snaffled our truffles whilst walking back into the older part of the city, past the US mint and a jail right in the middle of the city that looked like a skyscraper, and ...
... of a local support organization (I forget which one). I managed NOT to get paint everywhere this time.
Onward! The next day, being fine and mostly dry, we traveled to Vernon Park for some storm drain cleanout – and gardening! Olay, weed pulling, but it was rather relaxing and reminded me of home, as that’s what I would have been doing in Mom’s garden around this time (whether I wanted to or not!). The storm drains ...