Embassy Suites Philadelphia-Valley Forge
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... and Washington, D.C. All now firmly in the itinerary. Staying in a cool house in a town called Wayne in P.A . Really oldschool american suburban type of place. Very pretty , Weather was a steady 25 ish and bright sunshine , seen a raccoon ( ugly ***** ) a chipmunk and apparently there is a groundhog living nearby I'm gonna try and get a selfie with it at some point :-) . Went to the Devon ...
... and some drinks for our room. Of course I had to buy some candy bars and bought both a Ritter and a Milka. Headed back to hotel and took a nap for 2 hours.
We then had something to drink and headed into town for our anniversary dinner. Decided on Ritter Oswald Stuber at the Hotel Klosterbrau. This hotel use to be a monastery and is very nice. One of the 6, 5star hotels in town and very expensive. They didn’t open till 7 so we ...
... as a better alternative to the cheese steak, and it was a great sandwich. Tonight I'm staying with the family of an intern at our family friend Dan Anderson's office. Dan and his wife Kristin took me out for brunch while I was in Madison and thanks to Dan's coordination, things fell into place from there. Mike & Jeannie welcomed me warmly into their house despite never meeting me before (and ...
... so maybe that is why we can't relate. Surely though there is a way of being proud of a significant event in the history of your country without unnecessarily deifying those involved???? Tonight we go to the City Tavern, a reconstruction of the inn frequented by Washington, Jefferson etc. The menu is supposed to be based on colonial recipes, but it is really suspect. Somehow, I don't think Caesar salad was that popular in the ...
... her time. Raised as a Quaker, she was expected to just marry and raise children, she learned the trade of upholstery and left that faith. She married and buried two husbands before the age of 30, leaving her with 2 daughters to raise. She remarried and had 5 more daughters. Extremely political, and willing to fight and risk her life for independence, she lived to the age of 84, always a loyal patriot.