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... of the nation with the signing of the Declaration of Independence and US Constitution in that area. It's all very modern really well done.The Constitution Centre is a great example of a modern museum with interactive areas, videos and good easy to read commentary with its exhibits. The Constitution has an interesting history due to the compromises that needed to be made to make it happen. The museum follows through the history ...
... the "create your own chocolate bar".
Friday we went into Philadelphia and took in some of the history the city has to offer, along with some yummy local fare. Reading Terminal Market was our first stop for some famous donuts from Beiler's Bakery. Then on to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Seeing where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were written was impressive. We ...
... to its high limestone cliffs. These cliffs in addition to picturesque beaches is what makes this destination so beautiful. After spending several days there, we'll fly up north to the mountainous Chiang Mai. We'll spend several days there before flying back to Bangkok.
There are a few things that I am partiularly excited for. First off, we'll be staying at gorgeous hotels and resorts. We chose the honeymoon or penthouse suites whenever possible. I'm ...
... had a Philly Cheesesteak.
We then tried to visit the Fabric Workshop and Museum but it was between exhibits and we could only see the gift shop.
We walked through Chinatown right next to the market, and then made our way home. We ended the day doing laundry.
My feet are ...
... is the historic centre of the independence, the abolishonists and suffragette movements....the original city is sandwiched between two large rivers, Delaware and Schuykill..... William Penn used to own Pennsylvania and parts of New Jersey... An area greater than the UK.....
Fed up of the Britsh attitude to the colonies, ie taxed and no power to determine their own future (the colonists wanted parity) a few of them ...