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The remainder of week 2 we spent in Philly the birth place of the declaration of independence and the constitution in the 1700's. It's quite a large city, very pretty, full of really old mansions and apartments lining narrow streets and lots of history. It's also full of students, many studying medicine at Penn as the town holds the very first hospital ever built, which then became a teaching hospital. Most of the students we could ...
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We only had the morning in Philadelphia before leaving for Williamsburg, Virginia. We had a great morning! We took a taxi to the Betsy Ross House, walked from there to Elfreth's Alley, Christ Church and then saw the Liberty Bell. We finished off with lunch in the Reading Terminal Market and then took off for the long drive to Virginia.
Betsy Ross House
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... front desk in my broadest Souff Efrikan accent, which she loved, and she allowed me in to use the restroom. I made sure I left the same way I came in just so the lady didn't send a Ben Stiller like character after me, thanked her most kindly, and stepped out into the freezing cold yet again. I waited at the bottom of the stairs for about half an hour before the bus eventually arrived. I climbed on and went and stowed myself in the left hand back corner of the ...