Cornerstone Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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Today we have our food tour booked but first we have a walk up to the old State penitentiary which once was home to a certain Mr Al Capone .
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Brilliant second day , breakfast round the corner at Sabrinas cafe( and Spencers too ) before visiting the Pensylvania state penitentiery , really spookey place, ghostly in fact . Al Capone spent sometime here , it ...
... here. My pictures throughout are as a tourist and an artist. Some of the mosaics, are hard to understand as to why someone would do what they did. The final picture of the day was the amazing Organ at the Macy's building. This building also had another mosaic installation. Normally the flag is not hanging to block the view of the pipes, however this was here due to flag ...
Today I saw Philadelphia's great wonders of American independence. We went to the Liberty Bell, which is a famous symbol for freedom. Then, I went to see Independence Hall, the birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution. I felt honored that I had this opportunity to visit the place where two of the greatest documents in American history were made. ...
... Reading Terminal Market which was another Man vs. Food recommendation. Apparently the roast pork sandwich is as popular as the cheesesteak at the Market so Army and I got one of each and traded a half for a half. After lunch we dropped Sam at the Art Museum and Army and I went to the Simeone Foundation Museum. The museum shows the history of sports racing cars and it was seriously awesome. These cars were all ...
... happened to be the individual who now stepped forward to help me. He pulled out the ledger from 1901 (three inches thick and about 20 inches long by 12 inches wide), the year in which Charlie D. Senior died. Flipping to 12 April 1901, we located Charles Pasquale. The right person? I think so after finding the 1900 U.S. Census, for both his home address and the hospital where he was being treated, and his death certificate. Now, I can't explain ...