Hotel Palomar Philadelphia - a Kimpton Hotel
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... Liberty Bell, Declaration House, Signers’ Walk, Congress Hall, New Hall Military Museum, The First Bank of the US, Second Bank of the US… Can you see the theme? haha. It’s all politics, politics, politics. Not my favourite subject, but its history all the same, and it is enjoyable.
Benjamin Franklin was a very prominent figure in history, for everyone and not just the U.S., and we visited the site of his house, along with the post office where he ...
... met Bill who then took us on a whirlwind tour of the local area which is also Amish country. We were surprised to see how that how much the modern world has encroached on their lives and there are quite a few tourist places that are Amish run. We thought that the Amish would be more isolated as they usually shun modern conveniences however their farms where right next to supermarkets, tattoo shops and restaurants. We found out there are actually 3 different groups in the area ...
Once again, the main object is the pin in the map, but I will say that the Philadelphia Airport is pretty user-friendly, as airports go. Shuttle bus landed us in front of Frontier Airlines; as I already had boarding passes, we headed up the escalator toward "All Gates." Top of the escalator is the security line, but it is well-organized (?!) with about four different identification-checking ...
I've long known about the main Philadelphia Art Museum and visited several times over the years my parents have lived in New Jersey, including once with my mother. Somehow, though, I had never heard about the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts even though went into city many times and must even have walked past it on Broad Street near convention center on visits. Or maybe I heard ...
... writer which is why the task sat easily with him, but the Declaration went through many iterations before all 13 states agreed to put pen to paper and sign. Seriously fascinating stuff!
From here we moved up to the second floor to have a look over the dining area and various other rooms which apparently only opened up again last week after receiving required maintenance. We were lucky to get in and see it all.
The building that houses the Liberty ...