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... coins an hour. You can do tours through both of these institutions and I am hoping we will get time to do these before we leave Philadelphia. The Philadelphia City Hall is a massive building in the French Empire style with a clock tower which has a statue if the city's founding father, William Penn, on top. After catching the train home again we went to an Italian restaurant for dinner, ate too much and got home ...
... not give out and freebies. I have to tell on myself. I Do Not! Like escalaters.(may not be spelled correctly) anyway one of the group leader s said, come on I'll stand in front of you, and Janet said I'll stand in back. And so they did. But was I happy to see an elevator to go back down. It was a very good day. ...
... at the National Archives in DC, it was pretty cool to then see where it was actually signed and to see the chair that Washington actually sat it.. We wandered around a bit just talking and taking in the sights and the gorgeousness of Philly. We had a Philly Cheese Steak for lunch and jumped in the car to head to another part of the city.
... at the Chrysler building, my favourite building in new york, its just such a great piece of art! Ground zero I didn't think that I would feel much when I went there, but as soon as I got off the subway, I recognized the streets from various documentarys and films, it gave me goose bumps just walking up the street. The wait to see the actual memorial was long, but worth it, even tho my feet, my back and my shoulders ...