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So the two schools we visited in Philly are the Bryn Mawr College and UPenn.
Bryn Mawr is an all-women college, and it's part of the Seven Sisters (with Wellesley, Barnard, etc.) It has a beautiful campus and it is located in the suburbs of Philly. It's a relatively small school, but the academics are very rigorous and the professors are really …
We left New York the next morning, catching a train to Philadelphia from Penn Station. Sitting in the station waiting for the train we got talking to a couple and they were from Brisbane and had also come across on the Queen Mary 2. What a coincidence!
We had a Philly cheese steak for lunch(but were not huge fans) then set off to see some ...
... Square, where the Declaration of Independence was first read in public.
After exploring these two touristy attractions, Gerald’s friend Pete joined our group. They met each other when Pete went on exchange to Austria last year (what exchange is good for!!). Pete lives in Philadelphia and was very keen to show us around the city. So under his guidance we walked all the way to the other side of town, along the Library Hall, the Congress Hall, the ...
... We talked a lot about America vs Australia in terms of benefits, health, schools, pay rates and loads of other things. Definitely an eye opener. We live in an amazing country. We went back to Cheyenne's house and met her lovely lovely parents. They were so kind and so interested in Australia.
We also gave them some vegemite, chocolate and lollies to try from Australia. Cheyenne liked the vegemite! She was also extremely kind to drive us all the way to the Wells ...
... history, Philadelphia was a place I quite looked forward to visiting and although there is some controversy within US politics and history, I still find the Liberty Bell to be a powerful symbol of the ideals that are important to humanity: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. There was a large queue to get in but it only took about 15 minutes, and the building itself, although quite small, seems appropriate for housing such ...
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