Villanova University Conference Center
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After a good nights rest we were up early to see all the sights. We were ready to see The Liberty Bell but it wasn't open yet. So we decided to go to a gift shop across the road to find some post cards, but I wasn't open either! This city seems to sleep a little later than most and places don't begin to open until 9 A.M.!
As the official bell of the Pennsylvania State House, which today is called Independence Hall, rang ...
... After a night of dance battles and good music we only needed to cross the street to get into our beds and sleep for a solid 5 hours.
In the morning it was already time to say goodbye to Philadelphia, its great foods and its breathtaking skyline. We were happy to see that the van was still in the parking spot, untouched, and we were able to start our way back home. Driving to Philly had taken place mostly in the dark, so there was a lot more to see in the day ...
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In this entry I will take a brief intermission from talking about all things Nepal and simply practice the art of blogging. I have spent the last few days going to and from DC (en route as I type). My dear friend Emily will soon be starting a semester long internship there and flew in a few days early to spend some time with me in Philly. In the last few days we have seen many very old buildings, many very old documents and a cracked bell. We have also explored a WWII ...
... dug in there for the winter, where they could keep an eye on the British and also try to prevent them from moving farther west. The British generals thought about attacking Valley Forge but thought better of it, once they saw the fortifications. They had tried attacking such a camp before (Bunker Hill), but that didn't work out so well for them.
We got a chance to see reproductions of huts similar to those the troops built and lived in, as well as some ...