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... experience this sight for the first time. This city really does take your breath away and I started to get excited about seeing it all again. Unfortunately our tour didn't actually stop in the city, but in Newark, très disappointing. It really is a great last stop for those people that were flying off the next day, but for the majority of us going in to town....it's wasn't the easiest journey, especially after a long ...
... Independence Hall in the background. (Gave me goose bumps to stand next to it.)
We then went to Independence Hall and watched a presentation about the hall and the men that made history in it. George Washington's chair still sits in its place of honor. We stood in the rooms where our laws were made and our criminals were tried. We walked the cobblestone streets all around it.
We toured the Benjamin Franklin Post Office which is ...
Up early to get to the Philadelphia Airport. NOT early enough though. Having to park in the economy lot, find the bus stop, get shuttled left us very little time to check in for our plane. Ray and I were both impressed with the US Air customer service received by the associates who got us through super fast and to the gate on time!. We jumped in queue and hopped on our plane. Whew! Off to Frisco. Deduct one point.
... Tom Hanks on the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. That was very interesting. We got in to Washington around 3:30 got settled in to he hotel and then went straight out to dinner at 5:30. I did end up having a nap seeing as I didn't end up sleeping on the bus trip. The place we went to was a bar and grill called Blackfinn's and it was a very american sports bar with a restaurant attached. Back onto the bus after dinner for ...
... a shooting star briefly arced overhead.
As we approached Pier 88, the ship seemed to stop for about ten minutes. I had descended to the Waterfront on deck 8, starboard side. We started moving again and slowly crept into our berth across from the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum. I returned to my cabin, reset my alarm for 8:15, and went back to sleep.
Sometime before 7 am, Julie the Cruise Director started making ...