Crowne Plaza Wilmington North
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... was Ben Franklins home.
We toured through Betsy Ross's home and saw how she lived.
Had an original Philly Cheese steak for lunch and then on we went.
We went to Christ Church and sat in the pews used by George and Martha Washington as well as President Adams sat. Ben Franklin sat just a few rows back. Did you know that seven of the signers of the Declaration of Independence are buried on it's grounds???
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So I've realized that my posts have taken on a somewhat negative tone since the Pens lost, and I would like to make a few statements regarding that matter. First off, I would like everyone to know that I am enjoying myself completely so far. Sure, I may complain a bit here and there, but as much as I hate to admit it, I can find something to whine about anywhere. It's a character flaw.
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... with accents talking!
She drove us to a little local cute diner for breakfast! We tried pancakes, home fries, corned beef hash. It was so fun chatting, just the 3 of us talking about America and Australia! The serving sizes were really big but it all tasted great! After that Danny went to the local mall and Cheyenne and I hung out for a bit doing some shooting together. Then we all went out to lunch and had the famous Philly Cheese Steaks for lunch! They were huge! ...
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