Motel 6 Philadelphia Airport - Essington
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... No Kids. We passed by Central Park with its $20-million+ brownstones and every designer store imaginable. There was Rockefeller Center and the home of NBC, interesting for "Today Show" fans.
... per day plus the toll charge! Over 8 weeks this would have been very expensive. So far any toll charges we have been able to pay in cash.
Left New York City via the Holland Tunnel and then the Pulaski Skyway (Hwy 1). Some of the roads and underpasses looked rather old and tired.
Stopped at Edison for lunch supplies. This was one of the first shopping centres where we could get off the highway. We had been on a "safe corridor" going at 55 mph. ...
... Declaration of Independence. Nearby is Betsy Ross’ House. Betsy is best known as the seamstress who created the country’s first flag in June 1776 during the Revolutionary War. This was done in secret as it would have been seen as treason by the British army. Her home was fascinating to explore, set up as it would have been in her time. Tiny staircases led visitors over the three levels of the home and was shared ...
In this entry I will take a brief intermission from talking about all things Nepal and simply practice the art of blogging. I have spent the last few days going to and from DC (en route as I type). My dear friend Emily will soon be starting a semester long internship there and flew in a few days early to spend some time with me in Philly. In the last few days we have seen many very old buildings, many very old documents and a cracked bell. We have also explored a WWII ...
... producing Campbell’s Soup and having a giant HMV tower with Nipper the dog. There was also a big battleship docked at the harbour which is a floating museum as well with a tribute to the Merchant Navy in WW2 nearby.
Once the doors opened to the aquarium at 10am, we went inside to take a look. The ticket was part of the CityPass for Philadelphia and the aquarium had 4 different areas including their main tank, touch tanks, hippos, jellyfish and outdoor exhibits. ...