Holiday Inn Express Frazer / Malvern
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... it was the biggest city in our nation. People flocked there because there was no slavery and they had freedom of religion. During this time our first President, George Washington lived in a house that was owned by Robert Morris. He wanted our President to have a dignified place to entertain guests, so they let him use his house. Philadelphia had the largest population of free African Americans, yet George Washington owned slaves in a free state. It ...
... 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 ...
... great deal to me. The last time I saw her was 14 years ago, when Mal and I came to visit, back in our child-free days.
We spent a lovely day, soaking in the sunshine, and desperately trying to adjust our body clocks. Apart from a couple of outings (quite a big deal for us still, with driving on the 'wrong side' and all), we just hung out on the patio, and shared stories. Patti's grandchildren came to spend the day as ...
... a tour with a really animated guy who gave us the low down on what went on in Independence Hall - George Washington! Benjamin Franklin! (which, by the way, I find it nearly impossible to say without mimicking Flo-Rida) - and then we were allowed into the Assembly Room, where the dudes all sat and signed for their Independence. It was actually pretty cool, as they'd left it in situ, and there were people in period dress, so you could really get a feel for it. The ...
... to come. Funnily enough, another NCCC team from my campus (Moose 2!) had been sent to our previous project spot in Maine for their second round project. From what we’d heard, our previous project coordinator, Ryan, had pretty much checked out of the whole thing. We had noticed he’d seemed more tired and frustrated as our time there had worn on; I think we had shown him how much there could yet be done! He had decided to quite ...