Courtyard Philadelphia Valley Forge/Collegeville
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... and Clay stayed in the cool comfort of the RV for a nice nap, and Morgan and I headed for the beach. The beach is very wide so it appears much more spacious than Surfside. The biggest difference though was the water temperature. Brrr.... We attempted to get in to cool off but didn't make it past our ankles. We could not get over the number of people swimming and riding boogie boards. Mercy, they would love our ocean temps.
After about two ...
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... Bell. The bell has become a symbol of liberty and freedom to Americans (even though it is famous for having a huge crack in it!). We then took a guided tour of Independence Hall which is where the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776. It was very cool to see, however I think Americans probably appreciated it a bit more than us as they learn all about this throughout their school life. We spent the rest of the day exploring the ...
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 ...