Hampton Inn Philadelphia / Great Valley
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... they are free. - Johann Wolfgang Goethe
It was possible, no doubt, to imagine a society in which wealth, in the sense of personal possessions and luxuries, should be evenly distributed, while power remained in the hands of a small privileged caste. But in practice such a society could not long remain stable. For if leisure and security were enjoyed by all alike, the great mass of human beings who are normally stupefied by ...
... in the background made for an incredible end to an adrenaline filled day. Day 6 left us soaked (on purpose) at blizzard beach waterpark. The racing slides put Emma and myself into a competitive state as we raced the stairs up the hill to take on the next slide. All was going well until we were confronted by one ride known as summit plummet. We scaled the stairs to the peak. Emma confronting the situation with I don't want to! (Ok I'll be honest I was freaking quietly as ...
... 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 ...
... to survive and have any energy working these hours.
We had a pretty good first week, with fun activities like the movies, which I got to see Monster’s
University which is the prequel to Monsters Inc. It was so good! We also played capture the flag which ended with Abi going to the doctor with a stretched tendon in her leg because Clement a French counselor fell on her and her leg twisted in a funny direction…it looked bloody horrible looking down ...
... and artifacts that are related. One very poignant photo was of a Blackfoot chief, basically forced to do a photo opp with the Bell, while during the same period, the freedoms of his people were being taken away. As much as I appreciate America and the efforts of our forefathers, I understand that it came with a heavy price.
After you see various exhibits leading up the the Bell, you get to the end of the building and BAM, there it is. You stare at for a ...