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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... got some cough medicine, and I was asked for ID! It was for ages 12+.....I mean really?! We carried on walking after I had taken it but I wasn't feeling much better so we got a taxi instead. First we went to the National Historic district and saw the Independence Hall, the First American Bank and Old City Hall. It was interesting to see but it was a bit too hot to be walking around so much. After this we went to City Hall, and also the Masonic Temple. We wanted ...
... a snack and use the free WIFI that is better than the one we get in the hotel.
After going to all these places we realise our hotel is right around the corner and the building we've been looking out on to is the U.S mint.
We go back to the hotel to try and fit all our stuff back into just our cases as we've got to lug it around now,this is taking a lot longer than we think so we go ...
... My fluency in Spanish will make the tour all the more satisfying and informative, and I will be traveling with an idea to put my linguistic skills and cross-cultural savvy to gainful use once I run low on money or tire of being a vagabond. Am I burned-out? Yes. Am I a madman? You bet.
Few people can break away to explore the raw expanses beyond our cosmetic Eden, but right now all the conditions are in place for me to do ...
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The game was tight and when the Phillies get a home run a Liberty Bell lights up and plays, ( when the opposition gets one - not so much!)
We left as it looked like it was going to be all tied up in the 9th and that can go on and on, but as we were driving away a Phillies player won it so a victory...
An end to another wonderful day.
We are planning on a bit of a rest before embarking on the next leg of the journey.
... and a lack of strong
water power, substantial industrial development never occurred and
Doylestown evolved to have a professional and residential character.
During the mid-nineteenth century several large tracts located east
of the courthouse area were subdivided into neighborhoods. The next ...