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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... dollars that are unfit for use, and they do that by shredding them and giving them away to visitors. Can you even imagine how many dollars they must shred a day? The column in the middle of the exhibit has $100 MILLION dollars in it. Isn't that amazing?
The Money in Motion exhibit was really, really interesting. Though I knew some of it from my Business and Public Policy class, there were more facets that we hadn't gone into in class. Unfortunately, they ...
... to my boy Ryan Hookala thank you for your donation to Hitch to Help Foundation.
I've known Ryan for awhile now and he actually is a great Master Carpenter/Building contractor on the Islands of Hawaii. So if anyone is ever in need of some help or need a house built to perfection I'll pass along his contact info and pictures of his past work.
Really quick I would like to touch on a sensitive subject ...
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After meeting up with the "kids," we headed for our appointment at Independence Hall. I guess I shouldn't have been surprised by the security. It was tighter than I remember it being last time I visited. Small price to pay to view some of the great locations in our country's history.
Once inside, we were seated with 40 other visitors and welcomed by a great guide named Gus. African American guy who was great ...
... City Hall courtyard and then to the Wanamaker Building, where Macy's now is and then back to the car.
We drove down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway passing flags from all over the world - couldn't find the NZ flag. Went past the Museum of Art whose steps were made famous in the Rocky movie, not that you could see them because they had seating up for the Thanksgiving Parade. We headed back to the city and as we did, we ...