Sheraton Great Valley Hotel
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... the US mint where the majority of money is printed. I have my own money, I'm not gonna spend more money to see money, i'd rather look in my wallet. I continued to Washington park which was pretty boring, and then made my way to City hall, which was once, vey close to being the tallest structure in the world when built, but was over taken by the Washington monument in DC.A few more churches greeted me on my route home, which ...
... Ride the Ducks that morning and noticed that they had something called "Money in Motion" currently being exhibited inside. Given my area of specialization, the exhibit sounded really interesting to me.
First, I had to get in though. Unlike all of the other places I visited, the Fed actually had an airport-like setup. I had to put my backpack and everything in my pockets through the machine. Then, I had to step through a metal detector.
It took me ...
... we were going to see over the next few days.
We then got to ride one of the city's many buses to Independence Mall and the National Constitution Center. This is an interactive museum about the US Constitution that is not federally run, but run as a non-profit. It was great! There was a multi-media production introducing the Constitution, and then there were various interactive displays. These included ...
... he drove he rapped along and even did the rap hand movements. Bobbie was pretty impressed, he seemed like a really cool guy. We got to Philly airport checked into our flight and got through security, had burritos and smoothies and waited for our flight. Once we got on board a storm started up outside and we could not leave until it finished, due to the fact that there was lightning. We waited an hour and a half until we got cleared to leave, we were flying to Atlanta and had ...
... building, standing high on the steeple is a 37 ft tall bronze statue of Philadelphia founder William Penn. The tower also has four large clocks measuring 26 ft in diameter (larger than the Clock Tower at Westminster) on each side.
As we reached the great structure, we saw an archway that looked to go straight through so we thought we would investigate. We walked into the south entrance beneath the Moses Keystone that stared down boldly ...