Red Carpet Inn Brooklawn
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... be more options there and along the way we see a huge store for Old Navy and quickly pull in. This store has become Aaron’s favourite as they have massive sales and really cater to the smart/casual look. So we head on in, and both manage to snag some cheap jeans in preparation for the colder climates in Europe. I think we spent a good hour working our way through the store and searching out bargains, haha!
... actually pretty interesting and we actually had a National park tour guide for the Hall of Congress just for us(no one else was interested in seeing it).
After here we wandered through the old town and stopped at Benjamin Franklin’s Newspaper office, the old post office and Elfreth’s Alley(the oldest street ).We headed back to Reading Market where were worked our way through some food. First stop was Campos(President Obama has apparently been here there was ...
... wing" and "left-wing" states approach complete power, they become utterly indistinguishable from each other. Hitler's supposedly "far right" regime and Stalin's supposedly "far left" regime were virtually identical. Whatever the original stated purpose of either, the end result was complete power and control for the politicians, and complete helplessness and enslavement of everyone else.
Being allowed to choose between ...
... Capital of the United States then moved to Washington.
We then walked to Christ Church Burial Ground. This is where Benjamin Franklin and 4 other signers of The Declaration of Independence are buried.
After this we grabbed a quick bit to eat and were off to meet our tour guide Jason. He took us all through the city and was very knowledgeable on the history of Philadelphia. As he should be, he lives in West Philadelphia born and raised. ...
been very remiss - just realised that I hadn't done the blog for days :( Anyhow, xmas eve we arose to a beautiful day (but desperately hoping for the forecast snow), and got a lift down to do the local bus tour. Unfortunately it wasn't our usual Big Bus, but a local one, but still worked out ok. As usual we learnt a lot about the history and culture of the city. Like - did you know ...