Normandy Farm Hotel & Conference Center
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... enjoyed the wonderful American Indian Museum and the Hershhorn Museum and sculpture park, very heavy on Henry Moore and Rodin, and other big names such as Alexander Calder and Barbara Hepworth.
We decided to split up (no, not permanently… we are still getting along after a month of such intimate living) for the remainder of the afternoon. Pat wanted to go to the Botanical Garden and I wanted to go to the American History Museum. Unfortunately for ...
I hadn't been back to Philly since 2012 except for a hurried day trip last December, so it was nice to be back and have time to just walk around, revisit some old haunts, and really catch up with great friends! Of course our timing was horrible, as our friends were in the process of a move / renovation double whammy. But it was exciting to see their new house in progress - we can't wait to see how it looks in a year or two! So we stayed ...
... It also has the inkstand used in the signing of The Declaration of Independence. A quote on the wall by Thomas Paine caught our eye. "We have in our power to begin the World over again." We found that to be a very powerful statement.
Our next stop was Old City Hall. This was the former home of the U.S. Supreme Court. Because Philadelphia was the United States Capital until 1800, this became the Supreme Courthouse from 1791 until 1800, ...
Amazing how quickly 4 months passes – it only seems like yesterday we arrived at our first stop in South Africa. It has been a great experience and there is plenty to reflect on. If you will indulge us we'd like to share some of our thoughts as we enter a transition period in our lives from our old full time jobs and living in Melbourne to new roles and a potential new place to live, US visas permitting!
... from Madrid but they have their own group of kids.
At my camp there is a real mixture of nationalities which is good. We have Americans, South Africans, Australians, English, a Russian, a Frenchman, a Welshman and a Scot so all in all a good group of people. Plus there are people I knew from 2008 here as well so it has been good seeing them too.
We had a pretty stress free week prior to the campers arriving on the Saturday. Jobs we did have to do ...