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... of Art had pictures at the Rocky Statue and then the kids ran up the stairs to the top. Real tourists but a nice break and a great view back towards the city. We then got back on the bus went around Fairmount Park which is massive cant remember how much bigger it is then Central Park but definitely more than double. We saw Memorial Hall and then went past Drexel and Penn Universities, Franklin Field, Antiques Row, the First Bank of the ...
... as well from Sandra Day O'Connor's robe to a place where you can see yourself taking the Presidential Oath of Office. Kids loved that. But we saved the best for last. They have a rather large room with life size bronze statues of all the signers of the US Constitution talking among themselves. You could almost hear them making their points to one another. Got my pic taken between George Washington and James Madison (the Father of ...
... economic center. We visited the historic district, where Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington forged the foundation of a new nation. The Liberty Bell first rang out to the citizens of Philadelphia on July 4th 1776 to announce the first reading of the Declaration of Independence. The bell has since been taken out of Independence Hall's bell tower and now ...
... to get in but we frowned and they reduced the price to $2 each. The food was fine and the tunes ... well, minus a melody but the pretentious crowd were really into it. David got "shhhhhhhushed" after doing his Fast Show "Jazz ......... nice. Jazz ..........*****" impression a little too loud, and a little too often.
Our hotel was perfectly placed next to City Hall (which makes sense as it's a former council building), ...
... Once we got to Peru and Bolivia, we were saved by a glorious bank called BCP that had surcharge-free ATMS.
Some banks will reimburse you for ATM fees (Including foreign ones). If that's the case for you, and/or your credit card transactions involve lots of fees, I'd say go with cash whenever possible.
With the exception of a few remote parts of Peru, Bolivia and Ecuador, every town we visited had ...
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