Comfort Inn Trevose
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... but the US Army, which at that period of time was still required to uphold the laws of slave ownership, sent squadrons of soldiers upriver from Washington. They cornered John Brown and his men in the town’s firehouse, where most were killed, and John Brown was captured. The hoped for slave rebellion never materialized, and John Brown was tried and hung, and was sent to “moulder in his grave”.
Although Brown failed in his goal, ...
... that they do not need to judge what is right and wrong; that they do not need to take it upon themselves to fix society; that all that is required of them is that they "play by the rules" and do as they are told while looking to "leaders" and "lawmakers" to handle the problems of society. In short, the belief in "authority" trains people to never grow up, to always view the world as children view it: an incomprehensibly complicated ...
The remainder of week 2 we spent in Philly the birth place of the declaration of independence and the constitution in the 1700's. It's quite a large city, very pretty, full of really old mansions and apartments lining narrow streets and lots of history. It's also full of students, many studying medicine at Penn as the town holds the very first hospital ever built, which then became a teaching hospital. Most of the students we could ...
... transport a piano through the snow were afoot!
The following day, my last in Philly, I was able to take in all the tourist spots - the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (Birthplace of the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution) and Edgar Allan Poe's house. I also got into countless conversations with people around the city, everyone just wanted to talk it seemed!
Around midnight, once everyone else had gone to bed, Stacy discovered I hadn't made it ...
... Asia since the third millennium BCE. I even got to see some exhibits featuring items courtesy of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania itself.
Following my visit to this museum, I headed back to South Philly to have cheesesteak at not only one, but two joints: Pat's King of Steaks and Geno's Steaks. Located directly across the street from each other, these two are fierce, longtime rivals who have competed against each other for almost fifty years, ...