Hampton Inn Philadelphia / Great Valley
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... him at the National Constitution Center where we had spent the bulk of our day yesterday. From there you can see all of Independence Mall, built in 1950 and attracts over 10 million tourist each year.
Our first stop was The Presidents House Site. In 2007 an archaeological dig found the footings for the first presidents house. As I said before Philadelphia was the capital of the United States from 1790-1800. This was because at the time of ...
... guitar. That worked surprisingly well, and everyone was showered and ready to explore at 9! Both our cameras and us were fully charged and ready for a day of roaming around in Philadelphia. We started off at Mrs K’s Koffee Shop, with a toasted cream cheese (Philadelphia!!!) bagel and a warm cup of coffee. It was a lovely sunny day with temperatures of above 10 degrees, which felt like summer compared to Boston. I pulled out my sunglasses and left my scarf/hat/gloves ...
... some decent coffee in our room, which tided us over until we got down to the cafe for breakfast. The boys were very happy to discover that the cereal options were all sugar-coated, and that following this, instead of just toast, they could have muffins and/or bagels - so of course, they had both!
It was then on to see Patti. For those who don't know, Patti was one of my Youth-Group leaders back when I was a 'youth' and ...
... and then we headed over to Independence Hall.
Independence Hall was where both the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were debated and adopted, and again is held in reverence by the American People. It's really small - compared to what we were expecting, anyway - and is by the American definition, an old and historic building...coming from the UK, though, it looked in really good nick!
We went through the ridiculous security (again!) ...
Excitement was mounting. We had yet to find out where our 3rd round project would be, and we should have been finding out any time now. We started placing bets on what day Davey would get the call. Not that we were anxious to leave, but it HAD been a long project round and the new and unknown are always inviting. We'd made out good so far, first being sent to Maine, where not many teams had gone, and then to Philly to set the tone for ...