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In 2009, I went to Philadelphia. This was around the time President Obama was inaugurated, and so the city was in pandemonium - flooded with young people celebrating. My first stop was Reading Terminal Market, which was interesting because of the variety of cultures represented and the delicious food. My favorite was the Amish chocolate! After …
... told the story of how the colonist fought for our freedoms from the King and declared our independence. With that started the Articles of Confederation which was a faulted system since the 13 colonies were not united under a single identity. This lead to the development of the Constitution where all states became united under one document. Powers shared equally among three branches so no one branch had full control. This is known as our checks and balance system. This ...
... we agreed because we did actually want a picture together. The tip, he proposed, would have been $5 each. Obviously that was way too much and we all gave him $1. The homeless here are much more pushy than I have experienced previously in America but it really provides a taste of real life here in Philly. We then preceded to run up the rocky steps and felt on the top of the world! I haven't actually seen rocky but I did remember the episode of the fresh prince of bel ...
... beauty of the island.
Historians will love what the island has to offer. Santo Domingo boasts the largest number of museums in the Caribbean and historical sites rivaling any throughout the Caribbean (as the Colonial City in Santo Domingo is the oldest city of the New World). There are also many historical sites connected to Christopher Columbus and his family in Santo Domingo, including but not limited to the Alcazar de Colon (Columbus ...
... blank spaces so you could sign, with George Washington beckoning you over.
Unfortunately, we couldn't stay there for very long, and we headed over to the Rodin Museum. It was a fabulous place, but only had a few galleries, so it didn't take long to explore. We then went over to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and had lunch in their cafe. This was a meal on our own.
After lunch, we met up with ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard By Marriott Philadelphia Airport
This hotel was mediocre. It was, however, conveniently located near restaurants and shopping malls.
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