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... days for three days.
Maybe she was in the hospital or something, or a neighbor took pity on us all
and offered to check in on her and put food out for her for a few days. I’m not
The Brandywine Valley is a pretty and posh exurban area in
southeastern Pennsylvania that extends into Delaware. It has all the things
posh people like, such as rolling hills, horse farms, wineries, country
estates, art galleries, and fussy restaurants with ...
... first time any group of people or country had been founding under this type if law. It was risky and innovative at this time in history. Thomas Jefferson, the writer, would be proud to see that this document is still relevant today. It gives every citizen a list of specific freedoms that he fought so strongly for. From there we went into the gallery hall We are having difficulty with the blog. We finished the blog but it is not showing up. We will fix and update it ...
... what to do with ourselves for the remainder of the day. According to our itinerary, today was the day to visit the Hershey factory, but that would have been a two hour drive there, and then back again, so reluctantly, I had to let that one go, because we so needed a recovery morning.
Instead we decided to visit downtown Philadelphia and see the famous Liberty Bell and Independence Hall to get ourselves some history. Mal and I ...
... cheese-steak, which is a huge sandwich, is very popular and has a good reputation. We tried two different sandwiches that we split in four: a cheese-steak and a chicken parmesan sandwich. It was heavenly good! After our lunch, we separated for the afternoon. Marie and I went to the Franklin Institute, which is the oldest center of science education and devolopment in the United States, dating from 1824. We saw all the exhibitions of sciences but the must to ...
... find yourself in a museum, it is important to know what to do. The answer, curiously, is to behave as you would if you were jumping out of an airplane or visiting the Grand Canyon. (Or if you were on one of those budget vacations where they combine a lot of activities in a short time, and you found yourself jumping into the Grand Canyon.) These are photo opportunities: take lots of pictures.
First, a word of caution. Some museums do not allow you to take ...