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... apparently a rare treat - as they rarely open this up to visitors but had for xmas eve). So interesting and we had the ultimate tour guide - a park ranger - so passionate about the independence hall, it's history and the people - it was fantastic. The architecture here is unbelievable and we absolutely love it. The old city is so old historical and just amazing - I have been ...
... be far employer to just forex currency trading the shares out of a given service.
Forex trading trading relies through to the fact that currencies shift into their relative shopping power. The movements are as a consequence of a number linked with factors - bond rates, government policies, and the processes of banks getting hold of and selling wide amounts of it.
This particular reason can identified in the ...
After our cracking pace the past few days, today served as a bit of a 'go slow' day. We all desperately needed a sleep in, so that's what we did. No alarms, no agendas. In fact, we only just made it down to the breakfast area before the 'cut off', not that I think the cook down there would have minded...he seems to be in for a chat most of the time!
More blog catch up and washing while we had a bit of a 'chill' in our rooms. Then ...
... Here I watched two period movies aptly named, Independence and Choosing Sides. The first a reenactment of the events leading up to and including the signing of Independence and the second bringing to life the journals for four people living the times. After this introduction (and refresher from what I had learnt in Boston), I headed over the the Independence Hall where the founding fathers hashed out what the declaration, bill of rights and bill ...
... church courtyards. The headstones are old, broken and mostly unreadable but those that were affluent, and paid a bit more to have their headstones deeply engraved, have lasted over 300 yrs.
As you'll see, I've decided to focus on the front doors of buildings. Many doors are originals and have quite a bit of "character". I'll continue to do this on this trip.