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... building, standing high on the steeple is a 37 ft tall bronze statue of Philadelphia founder William Penn. The tower also has four large clocks measuring 26 ft in diameter (larger than the Clock Tower at Westminster) on each side.
As we reached the great structure, we saw an archway that looked to go straight through so we thought we would investigate. We walked into the south entrance beneath the Moses Keystone that stared down boldly ...
... his movies. There is even a statue of Sylvestor Stallone outside the building by the steps! It, as well as the Public Library, are more like palaces from the outside.
One of my Apple Hostel roommates, Megan from Warsaw, Poland and I did a little touring around together. She is a huge Flyer fan, and came from Poland to Phil to go to a live game, wearing her new jersey! They lost in a shoot out with New Jersey. She has worked ...
As I did every day, I checked the Couchsurfing group in Philly and found that a few people were going to the J Roddy Walston show at the North Star Bar on the west (more dangerous?) part of town.
I had scoped out the vintage clothes shops in the city and found that most of the good ones were also on this side of the city. So in the morning, I looked around and scored a five dollar dress, some shoes and a purse and a really ...
We thought that over two hours would be plenty of time at the Dublin airport. When we got there before 9:00 am, we were surprised to find a long line waiting to check in for our 11:00 am flight. Check-in moved pretty quickly, and they had people moving along the line to do passport checks and give out customs forms, so we got through checking our bags and security with a fair amount of speed. Then, we ...
... industrial development never occurred and
Doylestown evolved to have a professional and residential character.
During the mid-nineteenth century several large tracts located east
of the courthouse area were subdivided into neighborhoods. The next
significant wave of development occurred after the Civil ...