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... drums. It was a good atmosphere as there was band playing local music whilst people sat on bails of hay.
The market itself was very chaotic and as we didn't want anything from there we escaped very quickly. We walked around in the sunshine and found Chinatown. On this trip, every place we have been to has had a Chinatown and we have not made it back to it in our free time (quite often we saw it ...
... hatred, slavery, repression and wars. The museum also honours 1000 people
who stood up against repression. People such as Churchill, Mother Theresa,
Vaclav Havel, Nelson Mandela and many more.
Another gallery was devoted to solving conflicts, An area dedicated to
inspirational people (which was actually very informative), a memorial and
photos of heroes of 9/11, and a very big hall dedicated to the immigrants ...
... make the first American flag. It's a great tour if you ever get to Philly.
Then we headed to a park where Laura and Kevin played putt-putt golf while Grandma and I headed to the Independence Hall visitors center for a Diet Coke and place to sit down! I wanted to head to Graff House where Jefferson actually wrote the Declaration of Independence, but it was closed and Sandy didn't want to walk that far (two blocks???) just to see ...
... at the National Archives in DC, it was pretty cool to then see where it was actually signed and to see the chair that Washington actually sat it.. We wandered around a bit just talking and taking in the sights and the gorgeousness of Philly. We had a Philly Cheese Steak for lunch and jumped in the car to head to another part of the city.