Hampton Inn Doylestown
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... specifically vulnerable subset: children. Children from broken homes are at risk for all kinds of behavioral, psychological, educational, and other problems that children from intact homes are not. Children from fatherless homes are far more likely to end up in prison than are those who grew up with both biological parents. Girls growing up without a biological father are far more likely to suffer physical or sexual abuse. Girls and boys, numerous sources also show, ...
... no marker to be seen, we soon stood in Section 13, Range 4, Lot 54, Grave #3, where Charles Di Pasquale Senior was buried 113 years ago.
On the way back to town, I mentioned that Charlie D. Senior lived on Fitzwater Street. Jusuf knew where it was and after a stop at Geno's for a Philly Cheese-Steak Sandwich (the best in the city, Jusuf said), we drove to Fitzwater Street where I photographed the building I think my step-grandfather lived ...
... for the first time in weeks. The American Liberty Bell center was only a few hundred meters from our hostel so we started the day with what is probably the most significant bell in American history. The bronze bell’s inscription reads: 'Proclaim liberty through all the land, to all the inhabitants thereof’. It was tolled on important occasions, most notably the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence. It became badly cracked during the ...
... essentially became an invalid after that. He died of another stroke in 1924.
Then I was off to Philly to see Laura. But first hotel and nap....hey, I was up early and had a busy day!!! Went to dinner with Laura at a great BBQ place, and headed back to the hotel.
It had been a long day, but a truly great one....Washington, Kennedy, Taft, Wilson and Laura, who could ask for anything more.
Tomorrow I am dropping off ...
... the exact spot where he stood. Also, being there gave me a very strong desire to watch Forrest Gump again for the scene where Jenny wades across the Reflecting Pool.
After the tour I walked all the way back past the Washington Monument and down the National Mall to the National Museum of the American Indian. Since I was starving I had lunch at the Native Foods Cafeteria inside the museum which was pretty cool. It was divided up by region and you could ...