Duling-Kurtz House & Country Inn
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... building, originally called Pennsylvania State House is a Georgia style building completed in 1732. It was also the original home if the Liberty Bell. The tour here walked us through the courtroom and the meeting room. Next was Congress hall, a Georgian structure, constructed in 1787, it housed the country's Congress from 1790 until 1800. The first floor was the meeting room of House of Congress and upstairs The Senate ...
So week 3 here bought us right into the swing of things. We had a pretty large group of kids now with around 160 and that number would remain for the next 2 weeks. But it was nice having a large group. It means you have more kids to get to know and with bigger groups activities are more fun.
I really loved my French girls and some of the boys like Samuel and Gaspard, who had travelled with them who were just so lovely. They would sit with you ...
... from Philly to New York so should be a pleasant drive. I have managed to book into a hotel called Manhattan in Time Square and all indications are that it's also a stone's throw from the Greyhound Station. But that's never a guarantee so I'll have to confirm that once we arrive in NY city. I'll have an early night tonight in preparation for a very long 2 nights and 2 days of lots of walking and experiencing the magic that is New York City. So till tomorrow... ...
... distance, in the now cloudy sky was the Benjamin Franklin bridge which separates Philadelphia from Camden, New Jersey. I had once attended a very memorable Pearl Jam concert under the Camden side years ago. Closer to me was some kind of old-school ship docked and a large luxury apartment building that looked like it was floating in the ocean.
I strolled down Front Street back and forth some ways. Down 2nd Street past more of the Philadelphia row- ...
... drew a smiley face with my ketchup, all was forgiven after that.
Finally I check out the Constitution Museum. This made me want to die. They start you off with a big dramatic show in an auditorium, constantly going on about "We the people". The lady giving the presentation was trying to look all dramatic, but it was so cheesey.
Then you go out into the exhibit and there's more "We the people". I really like America, but this was a bit much for me...I made ...