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. ...
... wait for my suitcase to fish out a heavier jacket. I got in touch with Karla who I was meeting at the Independence Mall for the opera performance. We ended up managing to coordinate things and I found her finally. It was amazing how many people had turned out to see the performance. So good that it was free all you had to do was register for tickets and you could go. The performance went until 10pm and after that I had no plans. Karla took me out to a bar that ...
... for the most part. In the middle of the main floor are two sweeping staircases that lead you down onto a sunken level, so you're essentially in a basement filled with skulls, brains and foetuses. It sounds awful, but if you're interested in that sort of history, it was awesome. They also have one wall dedicated to a special exhibit that they change, and luckily right now they're focusing on Grimm's fairy tales. This was fantastic, as I adore these fairy tales; ...
... of that hometown magic seemed to jolt the QB out of his daze because he connected a pass, then another and it was first down (There's hope yet!!!). Fans were on the edge of their seat, "keep it moving!!" Another connected pass, less than 19 seconds left, and the receiver ran, dodged, and crossed the line...TOUCHDOWN!!!
It was a nailbiter but a darn good game. Final score: Philadelphia Eagles-24, Pittsburgh Steelers-23