Quality Inn Philadelphia Airport
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... would be really difficult. Thanks a lot cycle Babs, (this is how she refered to herself). I rode into Wilmington and traffic was at a dead standstill so we decided to call it a day. We were going to watch the Dodgers play the Phillies tonight but the traffic was so bad we couldn't get there on time. I guess we will have to see Philadelphia tomorrow. Today I rode 49 ...
... other exceptional bonus of a 'flurry'. A snowing of small proportions - it came down, but went to water as soon as it hit the ground. Andrew has photos (on the camera - which we haven't downloaded yet) and will upload over the next few days. Quite exciting :) So we got our snow (if only for 20 minutes and only a small amount) Following that we boarded the bus again and hit the streets. I hope our boys love and ...
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... you care about Britsh history/politics). I'd been to Berlin before, but it was one afternoon of getting sort of lost. I'd had a great tour of Prague, but it was only from just after breakfast to mid afternoon. I'd been to Budapest, and spent more time there than anywhere else on any of my trips, but I loved it so much I couldn't not go back.
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... We parked up in the old part of the city and went for a bit of a walk. We headed to Christ Church - such a gorgeous church inside & out, then to Elfreth's Alley - the oldest continuously lived in street in the USA, passed the place where the first flag of the US was made, passed Liberty Bell (no I didn't lick it!) and then onto Independence Hall where the Constitution of the US was signed - loved this! Having just seen ...