Holiday Inn Express Exton - Lionville
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... building, originally called Pennsylvania State House is a Georgia style building completed in 1732. It was also the original home if the Liberty Bell. The tour here walked us through the courtroom and the meeting room. Next was Congress hall, a Georgian structure, constructed in 1787, it housed the country's Congress from 1790 until 1800. The first floor was the meeting room of House of Congress and upstairs The Senate ...
... we did. The woman sitting next to Dad (who we didn't know), was extremely upset that we weren't given our crab fries with cheese sauce. Apparently they are just not the same without cheese sauce. Guess we'll never know. Josh did go back to try and get some, but the guy wouldn't give him any...not even with his cute accent! (You can get a fair way playing the tourist card usually!) Thank goodness we had Patti with us to explain what the ...
Our sleep last night was....limited....and that's putting it lightly. Through some feat of forward planning, our private double room was located smack bang in between two giant dorm rooms, and opposite another, all of which were occupied by the Portuguese school group, and they spent THE ENTIRE NIGHT running backwards and forwards, singing, shouting and bashing the doors in. I know I sound like a properly grumpy granny, but jeezus they were annoying. And we were tired!
August 20th 2012, our flight leaves at 8:10AM from SFO Domestic Terminal on US Airways to PHL and then a connecting flight from PHL to MUN and finally one last connection from MUN to ATH.
I wont say it was a bad omen because I don't believe in that sort of thing and it definitely worked out at least initially to be a good thing. When our friend dropped us off we didn't realize there were two Embassy Suites in ...
... known as Love Park) and put our feet in the fountain for about 30 minutes whilst watching the world go by. This appears to be a popular spot to escape the concrete jungle as many people were sitting around relaxing, including quite a few office workers having their lunch.
Afterwards we walked up ...