Courtyard by Marriott Valley Forge
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It was a short, but successful week home in Philadelphia! I was only home for four days, but was very productive and made the most of my time off! I loved being home and really enjoyed my time with my family and friends. This week was the perfect time to get my life together and see all of my loved ones before flying off again.
My week consisted of spending time with family and friends, doing loads ...
... Hall, Philadelphia’s Magic Garden and the Ben Franklin Sculpture. One of the things Philly is famous for is Philadelphia cheesesteak, a baguette-like bread covered with wiz cheese and a load of steak. Pete took us to the price winning cheesesteak place downtown and I don’t think it has been as quiet at any moment during the trip as when we were enjoying the cheesesteak in the diner. When our legs had had some rest and our bellies were filled with the best ...
... Daniel Parke Custis) when she was 18. He died when Martha was only 25 in a cholera epidemic. That left Martha one of the richest widows in Virginia. The Washington's were married when Martha and George were 27. Remember the name Custis, we'll see it again later today!
Washington died at the age 78 in 1899. First in War, First in Peace and First in the Hearts of his Countrymen...a quote from is funeral.
I often wonder what ...
... a park ranger gives you some background on the structure and the events that happened there. We got to see the courtroom where the Supreme Court at that time was seated, original copies of the Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights, along with the inkwell used to sign the Declaration.
The actual room where the Declaration of Independence was signed is pretty nondescript. It's a gray-walled room with many tables with green tablecloths. It looks ...
... I thought Elizabeth/Seaport to be the same as Elizabeth but of course it wasn't ! This turned out to be a massive container port, going on for mile after mile, with not a direction sign to be had and 18 wheel monster trucks outnumbering stupid motorists in cars like me by at least 20 to 1. 1/9 was so grim that eventually I got worn down and gave up on 27. Forgive me Abe! I found myself on the NJ Turnpike. Surely this is Chris Rea's 'Road to Hell'? It makes the ...