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The two days were spent largely visiting historical sites. Philadelphia is perhaps the most historical city in the country, alongside the nation's capital. A short walk from the hostel brought us to Independence Hall, where we got a view of where the US Constitution and the Declaration of Independence were signed a couple of hundred years ago. Just across the park was the home of the Liberty Bell, another symbol of freedom and opportunity ...
... wasn’t a stair case on the inside of the house. Dehning also said that if the family didn’t have a plaque on the outside of their house indicating they had paid the local fire house, than the fireman WOULD NOT stop and put the fire out! Crazy! The plot where Benjamin Franklin’s house used to sit is now replaced with a giant metal frame of a house which represents where it used to sit. Even though it sat on one of the busiest and loudest streets in ...
... 11PM-2AM. It is set up this way so that the return flight back to the a United States is overnight and arrives first thing the next morning. The airport in Lima is relatively small for being the only international airport in Peru. Despite its small size, it is clearly evident that they know how to get every last person in and out of the terminal. We landed and were processed through immigration in like 20 ...
Today Nicci gave us a farewell breakfast of croissants and muffins before we headed out. We drove for just over an hour when we got to Niagara Falls. We stopped on the Canadian side It was really spectacular. Heard a man telling his kids that this was the most amazing he had ever seen the falls. It was pretty clear and we were able to walk along the side and see the falls in all her glory. We had originally thought we would need to go on a boat to really appreciate them but with ...
As we started toward Philadelphia, it suddenly occurred to me that our tour leader is a dead spit for Annie Wilkes, the main character of the Misery, starring Kathy Bates. That movie always freaked me out and here I am looking at this Kathy Bates clone!
What do you think???
We have a fairly long drive ahead of us and my imagination is running wild.....
We retraced our footsteps of ...