Holiday Inn Express King Of Prussia
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... finishing moving out of my college apartment, finding living arrangement for when I move to Pittsburgh, and packing for my next month of travels.
On Monday, I spent my morning doing laundry and my afternoon babysitting my three year old neighbor Brooke. While I was away, she had been on Pinterest with my mom and decided she wanted to have a Little Mermaid birthday party for me. We spent the day decorating cupcakes and a cake. Later that ...
... the separation of the 13 colonies from Great Britain) on 4th July as that is when the Declaration of Independence was published but actually it was on 2nd July (my birthday) that the legal separation was approved! I’ve told Thomas that because of this we better celebrate my birthday in an extra big way this year seeing as we are in America and all that. That night we had a delicious meal at a Chilean restaurant in a ...
... it was like. After lunch we went to the donut stall and had the BEST donut ever. It was a chocolate iced, M&Ms covered warm donut….OMG!!! Amazing!!! The Amish make them, and it was by far the best food I have eaten all trip hands down. It was delicious. The pictures do not justify the taste!
We then went to the Liberty Bell and saw that, and then since Remzi had bought an American flag from Kmart and he put it on, we all took funny pictures wearing it. ...
... what it was...not a room made for tours, but for doing the Nation's work. It was awe-inspiring to stand in the same room where America became a Nation. It made me thankful for the liberties and freedoms we do have, even if there are more I wish we had.
After our half-hour tour of Independence Hall, we went across the street to visit the Liberty Bell. It sits in the "Liberty Bell Center", which is an elongated room where you pass several exhibits about the ...
... had to do was pick up the tickets and we had our tour at 4pm. Our hotel was literally across and down the road 80m from Independence Hall. While were were walking around I was trying to identify the different buildings and locations that were in the National Treasure movie with Nicholas Cage. Oh and we saw the steps that Rocky ran up in the first Rocky movie, but that was as we were leaving later. There was so much history in ...