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... stop to get another look north at the majestic beauty of City Hall. Jolene asked if I wanted to go up and take a closer look. I said sure and we went on. I have seen many buildings in my travels and it is impossible to rate each one for they all have their own level of beautiful arcitecture, but this city hall building was more of a monument,--a work of art, than a city business building.
Constructed from 1871 to 1901, the world's ...
... a good deal was every week they show a movie at the hostel (hostellers choice of their selection) with free wine and cheese! So we watched "Crazy Stupid Love" - the only downside is there are always people sitting around who talk, oblivious to or ignorant about people trying to listen to the movie!
Aside from Independence related history, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is famous for its 'Rocky' steps - the ones he ran when ...
... have Lyme disease.
Rose is awesome, even if she is a little late meeting up. We had planned to go to eat seafood, but the deal advertised was not on the menu, so we left and had a cheesesteak and tamales instead.
She showed me the magic gardens, which is a house covered in mosaics. I liked to take pictures there.
Finally we went home, stopped at Trader Joe's for dinner on the way. Made a delicious Greek salad, yum.
... which I'm hoping to re-read before the program starts on Monday. I had a window seat, and saw lots of houses, water, and farmland. We had to board and disembark from the plane outside. I took a bus to the international wing, where I'm now sitting and waiting for Laura. No pictures yet!
Weather: 82° F and overcast
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... 1838 the Borough of Doylestown was incorporated.
An electric telegraph station was built in 1846 and in 1856 a branch
of the North Pennsylvania Railroad was
completed to Doylestown. The first gas lights were introduced in 1854.
Because of the town's relatively high elevation and a lack of strong