Motel 6 Philadelphia - King of Prussia
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... off to Philadelphia for the weekend early Saturday morning. We gave a final goodbye to Ciara at lunchtime at Ellen’s Stardust Diner in Times Square. It’s a retro 1950s theme diner filled with nostalgic memorabilia and singing waiters. You can put in requests so we of course asked for a Les Miserables song. The show is on out here from March so if anyone coming out wants to see it let us know as would definitely watch it again.
... City Centre. The train station at Parkesburgh was so small that there isn’t even a platform and you have to climb up on some bits of wood (tempory steps) to get onto the train! The Amtrak trains here are great – the seats are one and a half times the size of a train in the UK and are so comfortable with free wifi.
Philadelphia used to be the capital city of USA so there is a lot of history here, including ...
... on the boulevard leading up to the museum. There were booths and free water ice and cowbells and white chocolate peanut butter…. I admit, I got distracted for a moment. The museum had a “pay what you want” night, so I paid half admission and wandered the mazes of rooms –and some rooms of rooms - for a couple hours before my feet, having walked across the majority of the city by then, called it quits. It was quite a nice touristy weekend. Two and a half more weeks to ...
... what we should be doing in town, where to start etc. I did that and then asked the Concierge whether the Independence Visitor Centre was open because that’s the place to go in Philadelphia to get your tickets for just about everything. I handed him a map I’d picked up so he could circle it for me, and he looked at it, then at me, then at Chris and said ‘ummm, you won’t be needing that map’. ‘Why?’ I say. ‘It’s a map of ...
... water as possible. Right before boarding in Orlando I realized I made it through security with a full bottle of Fiji water. I wish it was a little colder, but water is water.
Once we finally took off in Tennessee, it was only a matter of time before we were home sweet home. It was about 1am when we finally landed in Philadelphia. By that time I felt so sick and could barely collect my luggage before having to run ...