Isaac Hilliard House Bed and Breakfast
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... as America's birthplace. It was built in 1732 as the Pennsylvania Sate House. This is where the Second Continental Congress met in May 1775. This is also where The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th, 1776. This is also where the Second Continental Congress met to debate and draft the Constitution of the United States. We were also able to see copies of the Declaration of Independence that belonged to George Washington and a copy of ...
Today was a short one program wise. After breakfast, we had a presentation on the architectural history of Philadelphia. The lecturer Kenneth Hinde used a slide show to take us from its beginnings as a planned Quaker community, through the American and Industrial Revolution, into the modern metropolis that it is. He was an expert in all things Philly ...
· Nutritional fibre, this plays a part in making the body feel larger longer. Additionally, it may help with helping to prevent constipation, which is brought on by lack of fiber. Consuming taters with the skin on recieve more fibre compared to consuming potatoes with no skin. However it is to ensure that spud skins aren't discoloured or even marked before intake, as it can result in ill health within ...
... and are glad that we did, because it turns out his complaints of a sore ear are justified. Poor kid.
This little diversion actually took some time, so there was not time to go back to the hotel before heading to Patti's for dinner. So nice to eat 'real' food. With vegetables and stuff. I've already just about given up on the idea of my children eating a balanced diet for the duration of our holiday. Or any of us for that ...
... an iced coffee and a couple of donuts (along with free wi-fi) helped to calm me down. We stopped for gas (keep forgetting that NJ doesn’t allow you to pump your own gas, but I still need to get out of the RV to unlock the gas door for them, so it seems a mite silly) and about 20 minutes later, stopped again at a thrift store that had just opened. It was enormous. Within 10 minutes of arriving there, I found it. The one thing I never thought I’d find at a thrift store ...