Comfort Inn Levittown-Bensalem
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... on the track. Emma literally sat on the passenger next to her. Not me. The safari tour was nice and the parade was great to see. With Epcot in our sights on the third day we went straight for the soaring ride. A wonderful flying simulator with extra sensory smells. An incredible experience that left me white knuckled on the handles (I'm a little bit scared of heights). We walked out of that building to be greeted with a heavy down pour. We rode all indoor rides and ...
... 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 ...
... queueing for), saw a pretty interesting exhibit on slavery at the foundations of George Washington's town house, and whiled away a surprisingly long time in the constitution museum - which is worth a visit, by the way.
In the afternoon we headed to the oldest residential street in the city/country (1702 AD - bless 'em), which is quite cute and quaint, and then to the Delaware river to gaze across at New Jersey: state number 12. My host was celebrating ...
... into it. The place filled up around 5 as everyone knocked off for the weekend. Some drunk guy started singing Proud Mary really loudly, so that was my cue to leave.
Philadelphia seems pretty nice. It's like a grittier version of Washington. Still has the row houses and historical buildings everywhere, but it also has hipsters who smoke old fashioned tobacco pipes and seedy dive bars.
Tomorrow I finally make it to New York City. So excited.
... br> The cause of the break is thought to have been attributable either to flaws in its casting or, as they thought at the time, to its being too brittle.
Two Philadelphia foundry workers named John Pass and John Stow were given the cracked bell to be melted down and recast. They added an ounce and a half of copper to a pound of the old bell in an attempt to make the new bell less brittle. For their labors they charged slightly over 36 Pounds.
The new bell ...