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After a good nights rest we were up early to see all the sights. We were ready to see The Liberty Bell but it wasn't open yet. So we decided to go to a gift shop across the road to find some post cards, but I wasn't open either! This city seems to sleep a little later than most and places don't begin to open until 9 A.M.!
As the official bell of the Pennsylvania State House, which today is called Independence Hall, rang ...
Today we headed off at 5.45 am to take a bus tour of Philadelphia and the Amish community at Lancaster County. We caught the bus at 7am at Grand Central Station and headed south to Philadelphia. It was a 2 hour bus trip to reach Philadelphia. When we got there, we did a walking tour and saw the Liberty Bell, the first ever American Congress building and the original Declaration of Independence. It was really interesting to hear some American history. We also saw the oldest inhabited ...
Last Day in Philly Early into the Victorian medical museum -The Mutter. Many people gather at their extraordinary skull collection ten rows high in old glass cases - they come from all over world and label shows skull plus cause of death & abnormality noted ... each label reveals much more to us than in the 1880s: A. Gottlieb age 19 - suicide in Prague by potassium cyanide because of suspected unfaithfulness of his mistress Long nasal aperture Domenico Vanello age 50 ...
Since I no longer do my blogs day by day, I’ve been struggling a little as to how to go about conveying my six days in Philly to you. I think the best way perhaps is to split it into two blogs. One about the city, one about the people.
As I mentioned in my last post, Philadelphia is a city that grows on you. Your first visit will probably take you to Independence Mall, the Liberty Bell, the Betsy Ross house… maybe some ...
... to the Qantas desk to learn more about our situation. So we left the desk with only our carry-on luggage and walked to the security entrance. We said our last good-byes to our parents and I hugged Jesse repeatedly. This was going to be the longest (not to mention the very farthest) we would have been apart.
The girls and I headed into the line for security and got through without any problems. Naturally, we still had a good two hours to ...