Hampton Inn Exton
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... s self is behind a roped off section, but you can take photos, just no touching. Next stop was the visitor center, where I picked up my ticket for the Independence hall tour. I had 45 mins before I had to check in for the tour so I walked around the buildings reading the signs and taking in the sights. The first tour was of Independence hall, where the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were ...
... to Times Square stopping at various shops and eating lunch for about 3 hours. It was nice to see the ball with 2013 on it again which bought back memories of December 31st for me so that was good. I lastly took them to the top entrance of Central Park since I was going to see something I wanted on this morning of walking around, and the last time I had seen it, it was covered in snow so I was excited to see it in summer again.
We got back on the buses and then took ...
... car and headed to Washington DC. Sandy and Laura in one car. Kevin and me in another. It worked well. Kevin is good at helping navigate with my Garmin. We stopped in Baltimore for dinner and gasoline. Dinner was going to be a Mama's On The Half Shell. Just picked it up off the net. Sounded great...and probably would have been if not for the 40 minute wait. Did get a kick out of the restaurant next door...it was a Mexican ...
... of all of this, although, sadly, not all are very clear and certainly don't really do justice to what we saw. The icebergs were actually quite large, as they were easily seen from 35,000 feet.
Overall, it was a very good trip back to Philadelphia, although three flights made for a long day. In addition, upon arrival in Philly we soon realized that Sue and SteveB's bags did ...
... the highest court of the land at the time. The Supreme Court of the State of Pennsylvania. It was set up in the British style and had a dock (where the prisoner on trial would stand) which the Americans later took out.
After the court room we moved over to see the room in which the Declaration of Independence was signed. We saw rows of desks set up like a school room with one desk at the head of the room turned around to face the others. Cos talked us through the ...