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... and the cab driver had to detour twice. Gee, someone or something really does not want me to return home!
My house key had been in the bag that was stolen, and I had earlier let my housemates know what had happened. One of them was working from home today, so I was able to get back into the house.
So this is the end of the South America adventure. The last part was dramatic, ...
... 8211; the Moon Tree, although we did not see it. We were going to hang out in the lobby of the Constitution Museum to see all of the state flags, but as it was 10 of 5 they weren’t letting anyone else in.
Next was the hour-ish long ride to Jackie’s home in New Hope, Bucks County. We made a wrong turn and ended up going over the Benjamin Franklin Bridge into Camden, New Jersey, and had to turn around and go back over it. Catching up in ...
... to Rittenhouse Square, one of the William Penn’s five original planned public green squares that frame Philadelphia’s Central City. I’m not sure how Penn envisioned Rittenhouse Square in its concept but this place seems to work out well for a “public” square as the park was packed. Rittenhouse Square is described in tour books as best “people-watching” spot in Philadelphia. The park is beautiful with old sculptures ...
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... best known to the
outside world through the "Tools of the Nation-Maker" museum of the Bucks County Historical Society. Henry Chapman Mercer constructed the reinforced
poured concrete building in 1916 to house his collection of mechanical
tools and utensils. Upon his death in 1930, Mercer also left his
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