Seventh Street B&B
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... was almost all consumed in the car with about 1000 questions in the first 20 mins of driving.
As we drove back to their house it was unbelievable to watch Isabel being slowly hypnotized! She was literally staring in a trance with her mouth wide open at every word Eileen said (not that you could really understand much!)
We got back and met up with her boys Liam and Aidan and Dieter and had our first Philly feast of Hoggies ...
Seriously, this apartment was absolutely lovely. I could so live here, no problem. We have to move on to our next, and last, destination though… so we reluctantly packed up our stuff, performed all the relevant housekeeping tasks requested of us as tenants, and then said our goodbyes to The Hoopskirt Factory.
Our train on to NYC ...
This entry will be short and sweet.
Had a lovely lazy day in today. Last night was the best night's sleep I've had since leaving home, even after getting up in the middle of the night to check all the doors and windows were locked! As I said in my last entry, it's an old house and thus makes lots of strange noises at night. I was checking for burglars and animals, Hayley it turns our was also ...
... injured, captured or died, and most astoundingly about 25% of (white) adult males in the American south died during the Civil war. The Liberty Bell was pretty interesting and since most bells made in that period were made with a mixture of a few different metals they were actually quite brittle, meaning that it's not all that surprising that the Liberty Bell cracked.
Day two in Philadelphia I went to the National American Jewish ...
... of the old city.
Our carriage driver, Abe, took us on a tour to show us the significant places that identified America as an independent nation. He pointed out the Bourse, which is the oldest commodities exchange in the United States, The first volunteer fire station, Betsy Ross’ house, and more. Betsy Ross was an upholsterer, who allegedly designed the American flag after independence ...