Fairfield Inn Philadelphia Exton
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... tour of the city. First stop was the Liberty Bell center. Here the Liberty bell is housed. I was lucky here and didn't have to line up for very long to get inside. Inside there is lots of information about the symbolism of the bell and how it has been used over the years by different groups as a symbol for their cause. There is also a lot of information about the crack in the bell and the different attempts to repair it. The ...
... and Maryland.
I feel like I'm in another country. Nobody speaks English. It is crazy how many foreigners are everywhere. We are in the pool in Philly and two different families in the pool are from somewhere else. Crazy. Melting pot.
Finally doing some laundry here. We have been doing great with the plastic drawers and backpacks. Works great. Everywhere we go, people are impressed at our efficientness.
... They had a blast at the Franklin Institute. We drove the three short blocks to the Philadelphia Art Museum. No, we didn't go in. But you've seen the steps out front before...of course you have....Rocky ran those steps to get ready for Apollo Creed in the first Rocky movie. They even had a bronze statue of Rocky at the bottom of the stairs. Laura and Kevin ran them twice! Great picture opportunity.
Then we picked up ...
... coast of Greenland! It started with SteveB spotting an iceberg in the water, followed by another, and another until ultimately we saw the rugged coastline, a lot of icebergs, fjords, and glaciers. We felt incredibly lucky to be able to see these things, as we have flown over or close to, Greenland in the past, but it was always covered in clouds.
We were able to get ...
... about the specifics of what had happened in their history. For some reason I thought this was drummed into them at birth.
Cos told us that Philadelphia was the nation’s capital from 1790 to 1800 and that the President’s house stood on the lot adjoining the Liberty Bell Centre until 1834.
From our introduction room we moved on into Independence Hall and the first stop was a court room. We were told that all sorts of trials took place here and ...