Holiday Inn Express Exton - Lionville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
... Lee Museum. What an interesting history it has. George Washington Parke Custis (grandson of Martha Washington) acquired the land where Arlington National Cemetery sits in 1802 and constructed Arlington House. The estate passed to his daughter, Mary Anna who married none other than Robert E. Lee. It became the property of Robert E. Lee. When the south seceded, the north needed a place to bury their dead. One General thought Lee's property was ...
... touristy stuff.
Woke up to absolutely terrible weather. It was warm and muggy but pouring with rain. After about two minutes of walking and getting saturated I found a Rite-Aid and bought an umbrella but the rain was coming in sideways so it didn't help much. I met Tina and her mate Lindsay at the Reading Terminal Market so we could get breakfast and see Amish people. We saw an Amish guy wearing crocs, kinda ruined the novelty for me. There was a ton of ...
... Steeple, the new great Bell, cast here by Pass and Stow, weighing 2080 lbs."
In November, Norris wrote to Robert Charles that he was still displeased with the bell and requested that Whitechapel cast a new one.
Upon the arrival of the new bell from England, it was agreed that it sounded no better than the Pass and Stow bell. So the "Liberty Bell" remained where it was in the steeple, and the new Whitechapel bell was placed in the cupola on the State House ...
... out to Eastern State Penitentiary. Miles wondered why I wanted to see a dumb prison. When we got there he was like, "Oh, you didn't say it was a really cool old prison", to which I responded, "Why would I have wanted to ride all this way for a new regular prison". They had just closed, but one of the workers said it opened in 1829 and Al Capone was a prisoner there. I think that Miles wants to do the self guided tour in the ...