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Travel Blogs from Philadelphia
... sparked a great debate among Americans. It was created by Congress and President Washington in 1791 under Alexander Hamilton who was the Treasury Secretary at the time. The building was completed in 1797. The bank is shut down in 1811 by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison. In 1816 the Second Bank of the United States is opened but again closed 20 years later because of on going debates.
Next door was Carpenter's Hall. This is where ...
... Philly is my cup of tea. I'll see how it goes when I venture out in the morning.
Lesson of the Day: I now know how to hail a taxi, but I should beware of taxi wars. They are totally a thing that happens.
That's all folks! I'll post again tomorrow.
By the way, I didn't feel like labeling my pictures with pithy titles, so I labeled all of them Scenic Photo with a number. Enjoy.
... while Hamish is busy at
the Conference. I visited the National Liberty Museum. Its mission is to "dedicated
to preserving America's heritage of freedom by fostering good character, civic
responsibility and respect for all people." The strap line is Be Inspired to Live Like a
Hero. Enough said.... The exhibits are spread over four floors. It's an
eclectic mixture of voyages to liberty from religious persecution, ...
... of the city. Plus, the whole city looks beautiful decked out for the holidays!
After I checked in, we met the group leader Fred for a brief introduction, and then headed to dinner at Davio's. It was superb! After dinner, we walked a few blocks to the world-renowned Curtis School of Music to see a student recital. The students at the Curtis are ...
... in Venice of ascites Diminutive zygomatic bones Wenceslaus Kral age 15 Shoemaker died in Vienna of smallpox Prognathic face Stendor Assim age 25 Mohammedan, robber -killed by Austrian sharpshooters in Bosnia High temporal ridges Amongst the museum visitors are med students in blue scrubs, taking copious notes on abnormalities as no photos allowed. I find the skeletons and wax anatomy stuff interesting but have difficulty with the organs, bit of anatomy, foetuses and whole ...