Homewood Suites By Hilton Philadelphia Great Valley
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... traveled a lot! He was in Houston, Texas; Belgium, France, and eventually India and Dubai. I thought that was so cool. To have a job that allows you to go around the world. Well, I've been to Chicago and San Antonio on business; but now I'm headed to India. I'm not quite sure what to expect.
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Today we headed off at 5.45 am to take a bus tour of Philadelphia and the Amish community at Lancaster County. We caught the bus at 7am at Grand Central Station and headed south to Philadelphia. It was a 2 hour bus trip to reach Philadelphia. When we got there, we did a walking tour and saw the Liberty Bell, the first ever American Congress building and the original Declaration of Independence. It was really interesting to hear some American history. We also saw the oldest inhabited ...
... I secretly wished that one or two people would trip on a step or two! On the walk back to the hotel we stopped at the Rodin Museum to see "The Thinker" cast in bronze. It is a very impressive sculpture.
We finished the evening with dinner at Maggiano's. Thanks to the Pedersen's for introducing us to this restaurant. The meal was a fitting end to a fabulous day in Philadelphia.
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... but a map of Korea of the 1890's showing places where my Halm grandfather traveled, probably on foot, with descriptions of sites, hotels and restaurants he visited. I had heard he was a traveling school teacher who had met my grandmother in Seoul in 1903-1904 before escaping to Honolulu to make a new life.
Upon landing in Washington, DC or any U.S. port of entry, I always get a lump in my throat when I see the Stars and Stripes, happy to be back in the ...