Holiday Inn Express Exton - Lionville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
- Business Services
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... a Irish restaurant /bar a few blocks from the hotel. The food was ok. Chicken, green beans and potato. With salad for starters and cheesecake for desert. Other people I had dinner with were Cate and Curtis (19 from Queensland -high school sweethearts) James (very odd, 30+, on my person to avoid list) and out driver Ryan also 30+ but he's nice enough, like to encourage the party atmosphere. After dinner, went back to the hotel, so ...
... supposedly the lady who made the first American flag! Through the centre city, we saw the beautiful city hall past the Love park up Benjamin Franklin Parkway lined with all the different country flags we found both the UK and SA flags. Further round past Eastern State Penitentiary, the first real prison which housed the likes of Al Capone - all very interesting. We saw the gold leaf statue of Jean d'Arc and then we got off at the ...
... the majority of all the tourist attractions that followed were "on your right..." So I missed the majority of what was being pointed out from stop 12 to 25. I'll just google it. Once back, I decided to shoot into Liberty Bell food market to grab an infamous Philly cheese steak. I'm not sure what its supposed to be but what I got was mince on a roll - I tasted no cheese. It was a bit of an anti-climax. Speaking of which, there was a shop inside that ...
... an "Italian Market" which I think was on Washington St? Headed some ways down past overgrown vacant lots, warehouses, tire repair shops, a gaudy Chinese restaurant. Went down Walnut St next because I thought I might head back to my hotel some ways down there if I got bored. From that point on, I started to notice the typical Philadelphia brick-front rowhouse architecture. From a distance it looks all very similar, but according to a sign I read, the ...
... art museum (The Met), why would I go to another art museum? Well, the answer is I wouldn't, but if the steps were made famous by a certain boxing themed movie (Rocky!) then maybe I'd check out the steps!
So off I went, it was hot as hell (about 33 Celcius). After a little deliberation I ran up the steps and raised my arms in celebration. There were probably 10 other people doing the same thing while I was there. I don't think any of them went into the museum...