The Inn at Barley Sheaf Farm
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... was debated and formed. Carpenters hall was built in 1770 and this is where the 1st Continental Congress met in 1774. Most of our founding fathers met here and wrote a Petition to the King, that was 20 pages long asking for Independence. The King ignored the letter and did not respond. During the Revolutionary War, Carpenter Hall was used as a hospital and arsenal for the American forces. It was here that Patrick Henry stated "I an not a Virginian but an ...
... we managed to see the whole city and had the best Philadelphia experience. We had heaps of fun, on the road as well as in the hostel, in the club, and when strolling through the city. The people I met here are amazing and we make the best adventure team! We might find ourselves in New York, Montreal or Vermont next weekend, who knows!
As if the weekend had not already been intense enough, we had more plans for Sunday night. Namely, the Superbowl was on! ...
On the one full day that we had in Philadelphia it was pouring with rain and the day before there was a music festival, so these two factors put a massive spanner in the works.
The main sights we visited were Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Back in the day Philadelphia was the capital of the USA before Washington DC. Independence Hall is where the declaration of independence was signed. ...
... rang, and I quickly threw on some clothes and sneakers and ran up to the top deck. Unfortunately, I had missed the Statue of Liberty by about five minutes, but managed to take a few distant photos. We were presently passing by lower Manhattan and the almost completed new World Trade Center. Quite a few other passengers were also on deck in the chilly pre-dawn morning, gaping at the dark skyscrapers as we silently glided past. As I was studying ...
... you, I was getting some strange looks in Mass later that morning with green hands and feet (at least I’d brought nice clothes to change into)! At least I blended in with the grass a bit more when I went and sat out in the square with a caramel frappe, the Franklin Institute across the way and the magnificent Free Library of Philadelphia to my right, with nothing to do but call friends and family and people watch. A great last weekend in Philadelphia. ...