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... the 80s. There were lots of people riding dragon boats that you paddle in the harbour. People lined up to get into the Aquarium. And generally people enjoying the sunshine.
Lunch was at Dick's Dock. There is a sign that tells you that this place is rude, sassy and a whole list of other qualities that basically tell you its not fine dining service. It lived up to its name. On asking for a menu, our waiter drags over a massive chalk board and shoves it over to our table without ...
... was wet and jammed up with traffic. Unluckily we picked the rainiest days for our three-day road trip to the cradle of American culture. Our first stop - Philadelphia - plays an important role in the history of the nation's founding, but it was too cold to visit all its attractions. For that reason we only stayed a few hours to snack in the Reading Terminal Market - a big market hall with ...
... picked up a piece of ice and tried to chuck into into the water. But it was frozen over and smashed into millions of tiny shards. It was a rather cool sight.
We came up to the Jefferson Memorial which is a monument to Thomas Jefferson the 3rd American President. He was a founding father and the principle author of the Declaration of Independence and a large statue of him is found inside the memorial.
We could have gone into an exhibition ...
... Institute's Museum of American History.....or rather a very well stocked and comfortably airconditioned bistro. After recovering we had a walk through various exhibits like the First Ladies' official dresses throughout history and a complete two storey New England house, War relics and Presidential items like the top hat Lincoln was wearing when he was shot.
We then called a day and walked the 5000 miles back to our apartment.
... showing early designs to the modern day, was my favourite museum, we then went to the holocaust museum which was a real eye opener of how it should never be forgotten or happen again. We then went to the natural history museum and saw the hope diamond, the biggest blue diamond in the world, also many exhibits like the evolution ...