Days Inn Philadelphia Brooklawn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... and manage to find some bargains but not big enough to really make us buy them. We walk around and realise there are lots of stores coming soon, so the outlets are relatively new, and because of that there wasn't many shops to look at. We had looked up online a cinema which was opposite the Mall (another 10minutes away) and decided to see a movie at 4:50pm, so we had a fair bit of time to fill in. We head towards the mall thinking ...
... was tempted to jump the rope and head to the top of Independence hall to conduct his own treasure hunt and just quietly I was looking forward to seeing him get tasered.
We saw the room where the declaration of Independence and the Constitution where signed as well as George Washington’s working copies and the first Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. We were able to see the Assembly hall and the Hall of Congress(where the first President was sworn in), ...
... mythology, the political "left wing" and the political "right wing" are opposites. In reality, they are two sides of the same coin. The difference lies only in what the different voters hope those in power will do with that power. But in practice, "left" and "right" politicians all engage in wealth redistribution, war-mongering, centralized control of commerce, and numerous coercive restrictions upon the behavior of their subjects. ...
... It also has the inkstand used in the signing of The Declaration of Independence. A quote on the wall by Thomas Paine caught our eye. "We have in our power to begin the World over again." We found that to be a very powerful statement.
Our next stop was Old City Hall. This was the former home of the U.S. Supreme Court. Because Philadelphia was the United States Capital until 1800, this became the Supreme Courthouse from 1791 until 1800, ...
... as a meal of the trip - yum. Anyhow, we had a lovely quiet day just the two of us, but we both missed our boys, our girls, rest of the family, not to mention our friends - terribly. Think it will help us both appreciate and embrace the stress and torture that is involved around the silly season. Although I must say, the up side, is no stress, relaxation and extra sleep - always gotta look at the bright side :) Hope you all had a wonderful xmas with your family, friends etc ...