Comfort Inn Levittown-Bensalem
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... pretty uneventful and was approximately eight hours. Each seat had a wide variety of entertainment options and everyone, for the most part got some nap time in as well. There was one interesting moment on the plane, when Steve and Patty were approached by an Air Marshall! (I knew their pasts would catch up with them sooner or later!). They talked for several minutes - turns out he is a friend of their son Brian, so all is good.
... up of the famous bell and its crack (The reason for its removal) so we settled for a window shot, which we were happy enough with that. In earlier years it lived in Pennsylvania state hall, also known as Independence Hall, situated across the street. The bell is … well a bell with a natty inscription from the Bible. It seems to mean a lot to Americans but not glad we didn’t queue to see it.
We picked up free tickets from the Liberty Bell Centre, ...
... and let us worry if worrying is needed. Both of us can be dramatic when something is happening which triggers him. Teaching and learning moments. We want him to push through his fears. Yes, we are protective and cautious but we are adventurous too.
So, we walked a couple of blocks in the rain to take the train from Grand Central this morning back to Stamford, Ct. I like taking trains. The kids didn't blink an eye. We could not have ...
... and I chose the Cosmic Coaster simulation which was less like a roller coaster and more like our bus ride with country music in the background, pretty hilarious. Dan and Daz found the museum interesting but Danika and I were more interested in the gift shop, lunch and getting back on the bus for a sleep. We stopped in Philadelphia to see the original congress building and liberty bell. Back on the bus for the journey back to NYC after a quick bus change. I long trip back ...
... buildings and statues. We walked through a blueprint of the former president’s house, complete with a partial excavation and a slave memorial, before going through security to see the Liberty Bell. Unlike parking and most museums, this was free! They have moved it recently, and it is in a very modern, naturally lit room directly in front of the building it originally hung in. We then walked through part of Washington Square, and Jackie told me about the ...