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... put together and signed the declaration of Independence, we found out that the vote to pursue independence from Britain was actually done on the 2nd of July, not the 4th of July. This was because every word had to be debated and changed from the original Thomas Jefferson wrote. We were told that because it was a room full of politicians that it took 2 days for them to agree. Ironically by the time they were done Jefferson actually disliked the new version saying that they had ...
... a few years (anticipating that they will come to my wedding). I headed up to the eastern state penitentiary. The Eastern State Penitentiary, also known as ESP, is a former American prison in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It was operational from 1829 until 1971. The penitentiary refined the revolutionary system of separate incarceration first pioneered at the Walnut Street Jail which emphasized principles of reform rather than punishment. At its completion, the building was the ...
... chat with the guy about the Flyers while we made a small purchase.
Further along Arch Street, next door to the convenience store, was a Flag store. We went in out of curiosity and ended up in there for ages chatting with the guy about the stories behind flag designs, while Julie tried (not very hard) to detach herself from the kitty that meow’d and ran to greet us as we walked in the door. She was so cute, and clambering all over ...
... it upon myself to challenge her. I would go into more detail, but Jen is composing a short film of the battle and I wouldn’t want to spoil it (along with the hard work she’s done to make it), suffice to say I triumphed!
We then began our long walk home, with a quick stop in the library so Jen and Hayley could admire the architecture. Jen then detoured to get her nails fixed, while Ruth and I visited Jim’s Steaks for a final ...
... to sit around the table and talk to family. It was great to have Pa Mike and MR there too so that Spencer could tell them all his news of the trip and what’s going on at home and at school. After a few glasses of red we watch a Phillies baseball game before crashing to bed. The next day Pa Mike and MR came back over to Mark and Melissa’s and we went for a drive around Chestnut Hill. It is a beautiful part of Philadelphia – ...
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