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... Revolution to remind us of our liberties gained. The Liberty Bell's gap often called a "crack" makes it instantly recognizable. The large crack is a result of fixing a thin crack. When the crack happened no one knows. In 1777, just before the British capture Philadelphia the bell was moved to safety. The bell is over 2,000 and surprisingly fragile because of its age.
After the Liberty Bell we made our way over to Independence Hall. This ...
... a horse and buggy ride with an Amish gentleman but he didn't say anything apart from hello. The tour was advertised as an Amish experience but we didn't see or hear much at all. The brochure said we would have lunch at an Amish marketplace but there wasn't an Asmish person to be seen. It was just stalls selling normal tourist items. I was quite disappointed as we definitely didn't get a sense of how the Amish live.
It was a long day as we didn't get back to Robyns until 9.30pm.
... preserved in jars - in fact anything floating in yellow fluid in jars ... One of best sections is the body and its relationship/ importance to Grimm's fairy tales, including one tale of 3 surgeons who boasted they could remove and re-attach parts of their own bodies : one hand, one heart ,one eye - they did so overnight & found it impossible so they cheated with a thief's hand, a pig's heart and cat's eyes but then unfortunately they take on the characteristics of the ...
... I didn’t know existed. An experience I wouldn‘t have expected. And... here are a couple of city sights I discovered this visit and fell deeply in love with:
1. The Italian Market.
The Italian market is way down 9th street, starting below Christian. I’ve never been this far south before, and the walk takes me down through what I’ve dubbed the ‘hospital ...
... the afternoon Chicago time. We only had an hour til our next flight so we grabbed lunch quickly and ate it in our gate. The next plane was the usual Boeing 767 and the flight was about 4 and a half hours. We landed, picked up our luggage and were off to find the Qantas desk.
On our way to talk to Qantas, we met a girl named Josie who was in the same situation as us. She had been home for Christmas with her family in the states and was ...