Comfort Inn Valley Forge National Park
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... had lots or time to wait. Of course I just had to take a pic of this cosmetic kiosk. Watched the third episode of True Detective. It's set I. One land of devils, Louisiana, and I'm headed to another land of devils. We're boarding in 15 minutes. Can't wait to get on the ...
... Square, where the Declaration of Independence was first read in public.
After exploring these two touristy attractions, Gerald’s friend Pete joined our group. They met each other when Pete went on exchange to Austria last year (what exchange is good for!!). Pete lives in Philadelphia and was very keen to show us around the city. So under his guidance we walked all the way to the other side of town, along the Library Hall, the Congress Hall, the ...
... setting a precedent until FDR broke that tradition in the 20th Century. It meant there would not a son taking over when Washington died. The people would choose who led them. This took some great courage it seems to me. Only a great man is willing to relinquish power once he has tasted it. A powerful man indeed.
Most people don't know that he married a woman who had been married before. Martha Custis had been married to a rich ...
... to hit downtown Philadelphia and visit Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. To get into this area, you have to go through a security screen and then after your tour, they usher you back outside of the secure area. I understand and appreciate this kind of protection of our National treasures, but it makes me sad that it's come to this.
At Independence Hall, they give you free tour tickets, and then they corral a group of about 50 people per half hour into a ...
... I had expected the New Jersey part of the trip to be the most testing and least pleasing section of The Lincoln, and I can tell you with 3300 miles to go, it lived up to expectations and I'm glad it is behind me! Industrial sprawl, urban decay, mile after mile of depressing empty lots, power plants and not much else. I was following Highway 1/9 looking for State Route 27 after Elizabeth, NJ. Every road sign seemed to want to suck you onto the horrendous New ...