William Penn Hotel
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... what would happen if we were longer than four hours. He said we should come back and buy more time. After we explained we might be across the city by then, he told us that since he was the person who would be giving out tickets he would give us a break.
There were a couple of Amish tourists waiting at the trolley stop with us, in ...
... this really is almost military if you think about it. They were all in photos of teams with the same t shirt on, celebrating special holidays of the various countries. They are playing Tug of War, dancing, laughter shows in the photos and the biggest smiles that tell me the smiles you see above deck are sincere and the same smiles you see below deck after work.
Many of those who work on board ships – mostly hired from third world countries - ...
... drop (in a 4 man tube) and then up and down the sides of a huge tunnel, I was 99%25 sure at one point that I was going to fall out!! Luckily on the way down my back was to the drop so I didn't cry!! Haha! Dad's face was a picture though when he saw it coming!! Decided to head to Old Town for the evening for dinner and drinks, so planned to get a taxi to the transit centre and the Trolley from there. That did not go to plan, the ...
... in what is considered a "pitcher's park" ... pretty lowkey as far as between inning sideshow things ... good crowd for a Tuesday night but you could tell they are frustrated with how the team is doing ... Home team record: 2-2 ... Next stop AT&T Park in San Francisco (10 hours back the direction I just came. I need to fire my travel agent!)
Distance Traveled: 2657
Stadiums Visited: 4
Sight of the Day: The ...
... took the cable car across the zoo which gave me an idea of just how huge this attraction really is! I spent the rest of the day in Balboa Park- it's a beautiful area with its own Spanish arts village complete with decadent fountains and countless museums. My final day was spent taking a very touristy "trolley" ride to see the whole city for one last time; first stop little Italy a lovely ...