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... only I did not have to have cave man hair. When arriving we decided to go and buy loads of beer and then sit down and watch the concert from a little hill. It was amazing, spending time with all the new people I had met, having a few drinks and watching the concert with lanterns and fairy lights all in the trees. During Nicki Minaj I was bursting for the toilet, so I wandered off with only my phone in my hand to find a toilet, on route Nicki Minaj stopped ...
... a Declaration of Independence. At the end of this walk you come to Congress Hall. This building sits right next to Independence Hall. Congress Hall was built in 1787 as the County Court House. At the time Philadelphia was not the only city in the county. There were a dozen others. When the country took their first census Philadelphia county had 3 out of the top 10 largest cities in America. Today they have all expanded and grown together to be ...
... ones I wanted to put up on this blog. It was a struggle for me to choose between them. I really just wanted to put up all 200 of them, but I figured you guys wouldn't appreciate it.
I did take a few pictures while I was on the train though. The Pennsylvanian definitely gives you a great view of the state, and most of Pennsylvania is really, really pretty.
Unfortunately, the one thing I most wanted to see was the one thing I ...
... all be so different. The thirteen states
could very well be thirteen different countries.
A visit to rest of the Historic Park, a World Heritage Site, with the Independence
Hall as the centrepiece was highly educational. We saw the world-famous
(cracked!) Liberty Bell and learned more than we ever wanted to know about
But we did all that last time. So, on this ...
... sub-zero temperatures at the moment a seat indoors was much more appealing. We then moved on for the main event, dinner at Hill Country, a Texan barbeque restaurant. We all decided to opt for the Pitmasters Combo which you share between 2 people and get a variety of different meats (e.g. ribs, brisket, chicken) and 2 sides (e.g. mac and cheese, sweet potato mash, coleslaw). I shared with Ciara and whilst putting the world to rights we started munching ...