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... evenings could not escape the football fever that is taking over the U.S.A! Philidelphia is also famous for its 'Philly Cheesesteak' which became our staple evening diet....delicious!
Being the weirdo’s that we are and our fascination in the human body we visited the
Mütter museum which displays preserved collections of anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments in a 19th century "cabinet museum" setting. It also contains a ...
... completely the opposite. The walls inside were crumbling away which was surprising considering the last time the prison had been used was only around 1960. The reason for this was neglect over the 40 years and consequently, trees grew through the roofs allowing water to flow through the inside, eating away at the plaster. We followed the audio tour which took us to many interesting parts of the prison. We saw Al capones cell from when he was inside and not surprisingly, he ...
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... get (free) tickets for Liberty Hall. You first need to get a time-stamped ticket at the counter (if they are available) to tour the building inside. We're lucky... We got a ticket for a tour that starts within half an hour. The Liberty Hall is where the USA declared their independence from England in 1776 and where they wrote and signed the constitution in 1787. A historical building indeed as this is where it all began. After that we check if we can see the Liberty ...
... a tornado, "The Mummy" ride which was an indoor coaster, the "Disaster" ride where we starred in a disaster movie directed by Christopher Walken, the "Men In Black Alien Attack" ride, the "ET" ride, a strange stunt show type ride called "Poseidon's Fury" and we went back to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter and rode on the "Forbidden Journey" ride again.
We also saw a strange rock show called "Beetlejuice's Graveyard Revue" where Beetlejuice, Frankenstein and bunch ...