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- Making my way back to Portsmouth, decided to take in "The Addams Family" musical.
- I'm playing for this show starting next week in Rochester, NH - have never seen the show, so wanted to check it out. It was playing at a broadway-style theatre in Media, PA... great show!!!! Looking forward to our own run now.
- Headed to Danbury, watching the full moon rise at dusk, knocking out a good chunk of the miles to NH. ...
... hopped behind the wheel and drove us all the way to Philadelphia. We had a lot of fun singing along with the guitar (Jack, from Scotland, is a true musician and his duets with Raimundo, from Chile, are XFactor worthy!!) and laughing at Josh’ and Gerald’s way of driving.
We arrived in the Philadelphia at around 2am, a couple of hours later than expected but it was worth every minute. It was rather hard to find a parking spot at this time of day with ...
... Penn Landing and finally got off back at the Bourse Building.
We tried to go to Liberty Hall and the Royal Mint but they were full and finished for the day. We saw Benjamin Franklins gravestone and then headed up through Old Town past Betty Ross's house and then for a wander down Elfreth Alley. We were looking for water ice for everyone but just couldn't seem to find it so we settled for frozen yoghurt before jumping on the el ...
I went back to my hostel to collect my baggage at half past four. They kindly allowed me to stay in their lounge, so I surfed the Net until eight and left for 30th Street Station to catch a bus. It seemed the station name just comes from the street and it's easy to locate. I had booked an overnight Megabus to Washington DC for eleven, so I stayed in the train station for a while, having buns bought in the bakery of the station.
... 1800. In that time the Bill of Rights became part of the Constitution, Congress created the U.S. Mint and the Navy and three new states were added (VT, KY, TN). Here John Adams was inaugurated as the second President in the naton's peaceful transfer of power. This may have been the most important thing that happened in this building as never in history had power been transfered so peacefully. ...