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... I was visiting. There isnt a lot of hip hop in Maine but I found one rapper called Spose. He has a track of the same name but his use reference to not being taken seriously as a rapper because of being from Maine. Here's a link. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gHoXgw3soE 8&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DgHoXgw 3soE8 Anyway the statement came true when I tried to get ...
... We had early reservations for the Independence Hall Tour. It was fascinating to see and actually be in the room where the Founding Fathers of Our Country: Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Franklin, Richard Henry Lee and many more representatives from the Colonies, met to work and discuss issues towards gaining Independence from Great Britain. Not all representatives agreed to the original "Declaration of ...
... to me that this city really isn’t a walking city, because the bad sections are interspersed with the good. And cars certainly do seem to have the right of way, at least in practice if not in law – pedestrians dodged around them as best they could.
The historic district was very neat, a little package of small, 200-year-old buildings tucked amidst the shine and grime of Philadelphia. Reminded me of D.C. – green, with museums ...
... building much from the outside, we’d just have to wait and see what it contained within.
The building we entered while we were waiting for our tour was The West Wing that housed the original inkstand used to sign the Declaration of Independence and an original draft of the Constitution. They were fantastic to see and I found out a lot of things I didn’t know, actually we both did because neither one of us studied American History nor have we read ...
... Dick Malcom called me shortly after I announced my retirement. I told him I'd been called worse...and not so long ago too!!! Anyway lunch was good. I then dropped Sandy and Laura off to do their thing, and headed to the house of Betsy Ross. Remember her? She was a Philadelphia upholsterer who was "sanctioned" to make the first American Flag. Interesting life. Born to a Quaker family...married three times...husbands all died before her. And ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility