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... We know how lucky we are to have the opportunity to take this trip. We hope that the girls will appreciate it, if not now, then maybe some day. There are bound to be lots of highs and lows over the coming months, and hopefully during the lows we'll remind ourselves that it's all part of the adventure, and that we're fortunate to be on the journey together.
First stop: Santa Fe, New Mexico.
... historical books, including notebooks kept by Lewis and Clark.
Next we went to the Second Bank of the United States. It was completed in 1824 and was modeled after the Parthenon in Greece. It was designed by William Strickland who created many buildings in Philadelphia. The bank was only open for about 20 years before being shut down. Today it is a portrait gallery. In front of it stand a statue of Robert Morris, he was the many who owned ...
... The dinner was followed by a ghost tour, organized by the hostel. The hostel guide took us to many of Philly’s cemeteries, abandoned places, churches and dark parks that had a story. Even though there was no need for me to be only slightly scared since the guys largely outnumbered the girls, I have to admit I was still kind of nervous. But it was lots of fun to explore the city by night after having seen it by day. When we got back to the hostel they treated us to ...
... electronically on our 15.5 hour flight!
Pretty straightforward flight apart from that. Mal was able to come back to sit with us for the sleeping part of the journey, because Dad was happy to sit in the seat with no sound, and keep watch on the flight path for us (also Noah and my favourite channel - if you know us, you'll see the funny side of this fact!). I say sleep, but really, who can sleep like that? I think Elijah got the most ...
... multicoloured houses. We popped into a tiny little museum in one of the converted houses, and carried on through, walking back past Christ Church to find a store to buy some stuff for dinner.
We got back to the hostel fairly late and were finally allowed to check in. We hauled our bags up the narrow staircase to the one room, and were shocked to see that there were 28 beds there. We'd booked for a dorm room, but there was only supposed to be 12 beds - this place ...