Courtyard Philadelphia Valley Forge/Collegeville
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After this excellent tour, we were on our own to explore the museum, and could take a city bus back to the hotel whenever we wanted to. The bus was paid for as part of the program, by the way. Anyhow, the museum was great. There was art from around the world, even a medieval monastery courtyard and a Japanese tea house, all inside the building. There was so much I could have seen, but ...
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... Rich taught us the rules but it's just like professional Rounders, such a great game, the three-hours flew by and culminated in the first -win by the Phillies in ages - we're just lucky I guess! We headed back to schleeeeep.
The next day (yesterday - Tuesday) me, Char and Fran went to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Americans are just bigger and better than us British at alot/some things and we marveled at the Monet's Renoir's and Van ...
So the journey began with my eight plus hour flight from Philadelphia International Airport to the airport in Rome (the abbreviation is like FCO but its in Italian and I have no clue how to spell it). I was seated in the back of a completely booked flight, luckily, sitting next to the sweetest lady named Arlene. She was from Lancaster and we had a number ...
... as we may no be here to tell you what grandma and grandpa experienced.
Coincidentally, my grandfather left a document for my father when he died in 1925. It was a map with Korean writing. I inherited the document when my father died in 1973. For decades, I thought the old document on rice paper was a map of Korea identifying the burial sites of my ancestors.
About 15 years ago, a Korean friend translated it for me. It was not a map of ancestral ...