Residence Inn Philadelphia Valley Forge
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A society, most of whose members spend a great part of their time, not on the spot, not here and now and in their calculable future, but somewhere else, in the irrelevant other worlds of sport and soap opera, of mythology and metaphysical fantasy, will find it hard to resist the encroachments of those who would manipulate and control it. - Aldous Huxley
Luckily woke up this morning at 4:26 am and checked the time because Daisy's alarm hadn't gone off. Apparently, she had set PM instead of AM. Nevertheless, caught the shuttle on time and made it to the airport with plenty of time to spare. Flight to Dallas was set back 20 minutes and our connecting flight from Dallas was originally just 55 minutes after arrival but it turned out our second flight was actually on the same plane and ...
The day got off to an unexpected early start when I (thankfully) heard the tell tale 'ding' on my phone which signals text messages. Even more thankfully I decided to take a peek as to who if might be to notice that it was a Very Important work call...... How long does it take YOU to sound like a wide awake professional person in the middle of the night (especially when the person who you are calling needs to think that I am at my normal 9-5 workaday desk). I gave my eyes a ...
... exploring the treasures of the Barnes collection.
In the evening we had dinner at the City Tavern. It was here during the heady days of the Declaration of Independence and was frequented by the signers of the document along with the eventual authors of the Constitution.
On our last day in Philadelphia we walked our butts off. We did two walking tours, the first, Freedom Rings, was 2 hours and lead ...
... Declaration of Independence. Nearby is Betsy Ross’ House. Betsy is best known as the seamstress who created the country’s first flag in June 1776 during the Revolutionary War. This was done in secret as it would have been seen as treason by the British army. Her home was fascinating to explore, set up as it would have been in her time. Tiny staircases led visitors over the three levels of the home and was shared ...