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... transportation routes. He was successful at taking the town, but the retreating Union forces burned the Armory with its thousands of guns.
Harpers Ferry today is a collection of maintained and restored buildings. It is owned by the National Parks service, so half the shops are now historical exhibits, while half continue to operate as private cafes, restaurants, Inns and trinket shops. There was a shuttle bus from the Visitor Center to the Old Town, ...
... agenda occurs - the "children" call on the "teacher" to fix everything. The entire authoritarian environment of a classroom teaches the children that they are never in charge; it is never up to them to decide what to do. In fact, if they were allowed to think and make their own decisions, the first decision most of them would make would be to walk out of the classroom.
...If their upbringings have been molded mainly ...
... get some more information on the history of the city. On the way out of town we stopped at the 'Rocky' steps made famous by Silvester Stilone, he even has a statue out the front. Dylan ran up and down the steps a few times in his hoodie to feel the part. The most memorable part of our stay was being woken at about 3:30am to a very loud bang bang, followed by the loudest fire alarm I've ever heard! We could here the others run out of ...
... many years, but during the Revolution and the years leading up to it, it was also the site of the 1st and 2nd Continental Congress, as well as the Constitutional Convention. Here the Declaration of Independence was signed, the Revolution directed, and the US Constitution created. It was a hollowed moment I found myself in, walking in the birthplace of the United States.
After this, we went to the Bourse, an ...
... to finish my steak there, partly because of this and partly because I had already devoured a full steak at its competitor. That being said, I am so glad I tried Pat's first; in hindsight, I firmly believe that it is indeed the true King of Steaks.
With enough time on my hands before I had to return to 30th Street Station, I went back to Old Town, where I explored Penn's Landing and saw the Delaware River and Camden, New Jersey across from me. ...