Motel 6 Philadelphia - King of Prussia
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... was also used as a communal vegetable garden for the people in the area.
That face you're making right now...? Yeah, that's the same one I made.
Also, did you know that Historic Philadelphia has the straightest streets i the country? Philadelphia was planned out so that all of its streets ran only North-South and East-West. Well, there is one exception: Dock Street. Dock Street used to be Dock Creek, but it was blamed for the Yellow Fever epidemic, ...
... of monopoly is a Philadelphian, and the water works, electricity, and a few others are all after land marks here??? Anyhow, interesting. We went and checked out the liberty bell and the independence hall - sensational. the history here is incredible. We saw George Washington's chair, the hall where they debated and signed the independence documents and constitution, as well ...
... photos taken even though some of it seems a bit contrived in it's naïveté. In the afternoon I went on the Love Letters murals trail - seen mostly from getting on/ off the El train running out to W Philadelphia. Even though the lettering and 'look' has been mightily ripped off by advertisers* this group of 50 murals done in 8 weeks in 2010 is great in situ, an inspiring and brilliant urban intervention and ...
... striking Rocky poses at the top. There was some lovely views over the city from the top. As we were right by Fairmount Park we took a walk along the river past the boathouses. There was still lots of traffic but it was nice and relaxing and good for people watching the joggers and cyclists. We were absolutely shattered after walking about 8 miles in total today so headed into TGI Fridays for happy hour. Alan's coors light was cheaper than my Pepsi ...
Well, actually we're in East Philadelphia right in the middle of downtown, and it is getting rather warm!
After our horrendous 12 hour bus trip we checked in then went straight out for a wander around. After all, it WAS only about 10am. Decided we ought to do the important stuff, so we went straight to the Independence Visitors Center, where we were given a free map and free tickets to the Constitution building and the Liberty Bell.