Ramada Philadelphia City Center
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... were tools used to build our nations monuments are prominently displayed along with great models and dioramas. It was the first privately owned building to be opened as a national shrine!
*There is no flag in front of the original post office because we weren't a free nation and didn't have a flag of our won yet. Betsy Ross had yet to design one.
We saw the steps that Rocky ran up and his statue. The 'LOVE' statue and so much more. ...
... One that caught our attention had a series of free standing bridges. It was hard to imagine how they could get the sand packed enough to stand without support underneath. There were about 25 sculptures, each in a roped off area, so the sculptors had to work with limited space and in close proximity to others. It was quite impressive. I'm sort of embarrassed by my drip castles now!
We took the bikes back and split up to do what we ...
... George Washington lived in while President. He was a man of great wealth and gave a lot of his money to the Revolutionary War. He was one of only 6 men to sign the Declaration of Independence, Constitution and Articles of Confederation.
On our way to the First Bank of the United Sates we made a couple of stops. The first being at the Todd House. This was the home of John and Dolly Todd. John died during the epidemic of Yellow Fever in 1793. ...
... know me, know my feelings on leftovers.
Also, for those of you who aren't in the know, I am leaving tomorrow morning (5/16) for Boston and then after that New York City. My mother is going to be joining me in NYC so that we can spend a few nights doing mother-daughter things and watching Broadway plays (Mamma Mia, of course). She will be leaving on the 17th, so everybody wish her a good journey. Love you, Mom!
'Til next time!
... million page to do list.
Did I mention that the same day we leave is also my very last day of rotations for med-school? I'll be 24/24 doctor in case anything happens along the way.
Also, my best friend, Margeaux is 39 weeks pregnant. I will be so sad if I miss that momentous occasion, and wish I could be there. I already talked to Scott though, and he said its fine if we go over her place the day we get back. Can't wait!