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... to be followed by an amazing cocktail hour with a huge variety of wonderful seafood from lobster tails to oyster shooters, clams, mussels and oysters!
The reception was a great party for family and friends alike and we enjoyed our time with Dad, Andy, Carol and getting to see the groom's parents - my Uncle Jerry and Aunt JoAnne.
Tomorrow we head north to NJ for a quick stop to see Jackson and Nancy before driving to Tanglewood.
... Liberty Bell, Declaration House, Signers’ Walk, Congress Hall, New Hall Military Museum, The First Bank of the US, Second Bank of the US… Can you see the theme? haha. It’s all politics, politics, politics. Not my favourite subject, but its history all the same, and it is enjoyable.
Benjamin Franklin was a very prominent figure in history, for everyone and not just the U.S., and we visited the site of his house, along with the post office where he ...
Today was a short one program wise. After breakfast, we had a presentation on the architectural history of Philadelphia. The lecturer Kenneth Hinde used a slide show to take us from its beginnings as a planned Quaker community, through the American and Industrial Revolution, into the modern metropolis that it is. He was an expert in all things Philly ...
... in Philly Maarten had sent us a message welcoming us to the USA. When we said we were going to downtown he said: Bring me a CheeseSteak... That was actually the second person who spoke about this traditional local highlight. We went to a great market downtown where we saw lots of food items including one of the biggest lobsters that I have ever seen. There we ordered at a counter a CheeseSteak, and expected naivily something containing a steak on a plate. That's not what it ...
On none of my many previous visits to Philadelphia have I made it across the Schuylkill River that runs through the city to the West Philadelphia neighborhoods. For some reason I thought they were all pretty slummy. That may be true farther out but not at all for the University City neighborhood around the University of Pennsylvania.
The University of Pennsylvania ("UPenn") is the southernmost of ...