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... put two sets of triple bunks on each side and a small fireplace at the far end. Washington rented a farm house on the grounds that we did get to tour through. I guess we expected to see more actual artifacts (we did tour the small visitor center with what they have found so far), or not to have it just look like a city park. A bit disappointing after what we saw in Philly.
All in all, an unbelievable day. I highly recommend Philly tours!
... us are the type to wake up early and cook breakfast. We’re barely the type to wake up early.
We stopped in Columbus, Ohio to have lunch with Evie’s sister, Josie and her two munchkins, Clemi and Jonas. The restaurant, Northstar Café, was very packed, so we had lunch outside. Thankfully, it was a pretty nice day out. We shared some cookies and cheese dip, and Evie had a salad, and I had a veggie burger. Columbus is a cool place; the ...
... that contains the Tomb of the Unknown Revolutionary Soldier. During the Revolution, it was used to bury Colonial soldiers and afterward to bury the victims of the Yellow Fever epidemic. Overall, there are an estimated 11,000 people buried there.
I know the phrase is usually 'pushing up daisies', but the appropriate phrase for the people buried in this park is 'pushing up carrots' because for some stretch of time between the burials and the present day, ...
... we were all on our way and began to berate us with questions
"What are you doing here?"
"Who's coming to get you?"
"When are they coming?"
"Well they're late so I guess they're not coming...time to move out"
As the sun had now risen and the city was coming to life I went to find the bus to my host's place while 3 cops surrounded one guy and proceeded to give him a ticket.
I'd been put in touch with Stacy, my Philly host, by my host in Boston and ...
... Other oddities : post-mortem cast of the original Siamese twins Cheng & Eng is here and sliced sections of Einstein's brain ( kept in its preservation jar in a Kansas closet for decades !) After coffee and an ubiquitous blueberry muffin a long walk to Fairmount Park ( lovely) and on to the nearby Victorian era Eastern State Penitentiary. I did the tour and then stayed on for hours after - the Polaroid ran out of film (me forgot to load) but I nearly melted the ...
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