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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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"The MEGABUS is coming... And everybody's jumping...." So...After a 3 and a half hour journey on the MEGABUS from the streets of Philadelphia we arrive safe and sound in Washington DC! Unfortunately it wasn't a proper MEGABUS this time... It was a Coach USA, random that they're using their rivals vehicles but hey ho! We stopped off in Baltimore and Delaware on route before finally arriving at Union Station... and it's raining! We hop on the Metro and head ...
... cancelled. Apparently it was cancelled within moments of us checking in at the airport because no one knew about it, including our very hands-on travel agent. The girls, our agent, our parents and I could not believe this was happening after we had everything paid for and planned for at least 6 months prior. We felt helpless and frustrated so the American Airline's employees told us to check our luggage on but be sure to pick it up in L.A. and to ...
... over by 1983 with Britain and the US signing the Treaty of Paris. A few years after that and the country was in a bit of a mess. There was no executive or judicial branches and no control over taxation. Delegates from the colonies met once more in Philadelphia to draft a constitution, setting out the laws, and how the 13 colonies making up this brand new country should be governed. They debated for months on how best the power and control of government should ...
... Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia Musuem of Art, Rodin Museum, Academy of Fine Art, The Liberty Bell, Christ Church, Penn's Landing, and the home of Benjamin Franklin to name a few along the tour..A wonderful Italian Dinner at a local resturaunt on Market St. which included unlimited free wine and sitting outside on a beautiful evening in ...
... 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 ...