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... and me and the two Irish girls thought it was only right to go and dance around bare foot in the street in the storm, I did feel ever so slightly like I was in a movie scene. Thursday, the four of us decided to go to the Rocky steps and then return to reading terminal market to have yet another cheese steak - I am obsessed with them. We then decided we wanted to go and see the liberty bell, without offending anyone, it is just a bell with a crack in it, it's fair to ...
... him at the National Constitution Center where we had spent the bulk of our day yesterday. From there you can see all of Independence Mall, built in 1950 and attracts over 10 million tourist each year.
Our first stop was The Presidents House Site. In 2007 an archaeological dig found the footings for the first presidents house. As I said before Philadelphia was the capital of the United States from 1790-1800. This was because at the time of ...
... zoo and the University of Pittsburgh...
But, alas, it was not meant to be, and so, I am writing this from a hotel in Philadelphia.
I have heard a myriad of things about Philadelphia, and though many of those things were positive, there were many things that were negative as well. For instance, even though the city is full of history and art, I heard that it is a dangerous city to be in and that I should be careful.
The phrase "one man's trash (I'm already becoming American) is another man's treasure" could not ring more true for me at the moment. Out here I will take pretty much anything being thrown away that can still be used or turned into something pretty. On Wednesday 5th February we had an invite that we couldn’t refuse. Ciara from Deloitte Ireland was returning back home (boo!!!! she was such a laugh!) at the weekend and had asked us if ...
I opened an email in my inbox from the language office describing what appeared to me to be an amazing experience. It was an experience I couldn't let pass by especially since, it'll be one of my last opportunities to travel freely without being tied down to a 36 hour/week job. I'm about to enter the stage in my life where spring/winter/summer vacations don't exist and instead they are replaced with accruals, sick days and holiday requests. Never again will I have the ...