Holiday Inn Express King Of Prussia
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... what is happening). Knowing the local language also comes in quite handy when shopping for the very same reason.
You may also want to remember that GPS doesn't work in many Caribbean countries so renting a car is not always (OK, is almost never) your best option for getting around. You may be routed (on MapQuest) through areas of a city which may not be the best place for you (as a tourist) to be (EVER). Getting ...
... William Howard Taft. Taft was the 27th President of the US (1909-1913). He was just after Teddy Roosevelt and just before the man's grave I will see next, Woodrow Wilson. Taft was born in Ohio, attended Yale and must have been a pretty good lawyer, for after his one term in office, he later served as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court (1921-1930). No other President has served in both positions.
Then I was off to Washington ...
... and a business man approached him. The man ended his call on his phone, shook the soldier's hand and patted him on the soldier and said "Keep up the good work sir" then walked off. This came as a strange experience to me as that would never happen in England and it really proves how much respect everyone has for their soldiers.
... Siamese twins and a bunch of cool photos of Civil War amputees. Also I bought a pen that looks like a blood-filled syringe. It's awesome.
It was still raining but we walked over to the Arts Museum anyway, more commonly known as the Rocky steps. The stairs looked a bit slippery to try and jog up but we did walk them, and got photos of the Rocky statue at the base.
Then we caught a bus back to Market Street and went to see the Liberty Bell. I still ...
... Act in 1764 and the Stamp Act in 1765.
In 1772 a petition was sent to the Assembly stating that the people in the vicinity of the State House were "incommoded and distressed" by the constant "ringing of the great Bell in the steeple."
But, tradition holds, it continued tolling for the First Continental Congress in 1774, the Battle of Lexington and Concord in 1775 and its most resonant tolling was on July 8, 1776, when it summoned the citizenry for the ...