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... while Hamish is busy at
the Conference. I visited the National Liberty Museum. Its mission is to "dedicated
to preserving America's heritage of freedom by fostering good character, civic
responsibility and respect for all people." The strap line is Be Inspired to Live Like a
Hero. Enough said.... The exhibits are spread over four floors. It's an
eclectic mixture of voyages to liberty from religious persecution, ...
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... to look like fire engine, trains, rainforests or underwater scenes etc) and children generally aren't transported in wheelchairs but ride in trolleys that look more like something that they would play in at school. The other area that is vastly different is the level of sickness of the patients on the wards and the number of staff working. As they have many more intensive care beds they are transferred there earlier ...
... 00 am. Before that, short film on Mount Vernon, and wandering the grounds of a real working plantation, much like Monticello. Beautiful view of the Potomac River. The tour of the house was nice, almost all original. It was short, only 25 minutes or so. Then you are on your own to wander the grounds, tour the museum and educational center or whatever you want. You know where I headed; directly to the Washington's Tomb. I was detoured on my way by a ...
... People are allowed to paint murals in Philly. It's a great way to stop people from graffitiing without permission. There's some great artwork around the city.
We stopped at the Philadelphia Museum of Art so we could take photos at the Rocky stairs (AS IF I WOULDN'T!). I ran all the way up and stood on Rocky's footprints. We then got scammed (this wouldn't have been a trip to the U.S without getting scammed), after doing so well to avoid them! A man asked if we wanted ...