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... William Penn, who surveys the city from 500ft vantage point.
On the second morning, despite the stifling heat, we took the half hour walk uptown to the famous "Rocky Steps" which are outside the Philadelphia Art Museum. It's hilarious to see everyone who approaches the steps running up them at full speed, and doing the traditional Rocky celebration with hands aloft. We did go inside the museum which was a bit of a waste of time since I ...
... God loves me enough for to be born and live here is so amazing. I never thought I would do it but I almost ran up the same steps as Rocky. Like I said, almost. I walked pretty fast though. I was fun. And it was amazing to see all those OLD people do the same. I also enjoyed touring the United States Mint. ...
... went to a pub named ferries for dinner and a drink. After dinner, we went to a wine bar called zavino for wine and were shouted cocktails by the bartender because he loved the accent! On the 16th we went to the other side if the city down to the historic/waterfront district to see the Delaware river and Penn landing. On our way back, we went to the independence visitors centre and had a look at Benjamin franklins impact on Philadelphia and America as a whole. (He is buried here) that ...
... Philly has the distinction of creating for me what I like to say is a Perfect Moment: For most people it would mean nothing but for me it meant everything. Setting the scene, we had come across Carpenter Hall which was the type of symmetrical architecture that I like. It was autumn, which is my favourite season. There were a couple of girls throwing leaves up in the air taking photos of each other. It was one of those moments that ...
... ve ever been. There was so much trash! It’s like, you go into a lot, clean it up, and the next day there’s more trash that’s blown in or thrown in that you have to pick up all over again. Or knowing all the weeds would just grow back, if no one took care of them after you left… It felt like building a sandcastle and trying to stop the ocean from knocking it down. Why am I doing this if it’s not going to make a difference?!?
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