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... amp; another hot sunny day at 23C as we visited Philadelphia. Don't know how we manage to hit all our main destinations & have sun for at least some of the time!!
As we walked to the old city we came across an Irish Memorial commemorating the great famine of 1845 - 1850, their immigration & contribution to America. The sculpture told their story with a series of ...
... on just about every other aspect of nonmarital sex. She believes that living together before marriage is not only morally neutral, but actually better than not having such a “trial run.” Pregnant unwed Susie in the next town doesn’t elicit a thought one way or the other from her, and neither does Uncle Bill’s gonorrhea, which is of course a trivial medical matter between him and his doctor.
Jennifer, unlike Betty, thinks that falling ...
... Big Bus tour. Yep they have them here too!
We started at the Independence Centre, had a tour of Independence Hall and saw the Liberty Bell. Thankfully it wasn't really busy here today and the lines that looked quite big moved rather quickly. I think the main hold up is the security checking that you have to go through before you enter these places.
"The Liberty Bell symbolizes the never ending quest for ...
... music. It was relaxing but very hot so we sat in the shade most of the time. After we had passed a couple of hours, we went back to the apartment, got our stuff and got a taxi back to the train station! It had been a lovely stay at Becky & Oscar's! But it was time to visit the capital!! Our Amtrak train left on time and was very comfortable. Off we went to Washington DC!
After another delayed journey from Mystic we arrived in Philly where we met Jared and went to our hostel. Our hostel was just outside the city and the place was class. It was an old mansion which had fantastic facilities (including a table football table) and was decorated with its original period furniture- pretty cool place for a hostel! We went out ...