Holiday Inn Express Exton - Lionville
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... building, originally called Pennsylvania State House is a Georgia style building completed in 1732. It was also the original home if the Liberty Bell. The tour here walked us through the courtroom and the meeting room. Next was Congress hall, a Georgian structure, constructed in 1787, it housed the country's Congress from 1790 until 1800. The first floor was the meeting room of House of Congress and upstairs The Senate ...
... cruise for at least 2 hours I think where we saw the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, the new Freedom tower at the World Trade Centre site and the Statue of Liberty. We also went under the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan bridge (the How to lose a guy in 10 days bridge). It was a beautiful day, but clouds were rolling in so we were lucky we were on the boat in clear weather.
After the boat we got back on the buses and headed to South Street Seaport which is near ...
... are you ready? Wait for it...) Nacho Mama's On The Half Shell!!! Don't you just love it???
Anyway, we settled for Dockside with no wait. We were not disappointed. A dozen on the half shell, crabs, crab cakes and seafood Alfredo. And to drink...the only thing to drink in Baltimore; a Natty Bo! A beer call National Bohemian Beer, but locals just call it a Natty Bo. The brewery was right across the street.
... with us. After talking to the baggage service desk for US Airways, we found that the bags were still in Boston and would arrive later in the day on another flight. To make a long story short, the bags were delivered to Steve and Pat's house around 12:30am (thankfully Pat was awake to sign for them!).
We had a great trip to Europe again this year but, as always, it's good to be back! ...
... the Declaration was actually finally signed by all states on August 2nd 1776 and not the 4th of July. The first state to sign was Delaware who now have on their number plates ‘The First State’, as in the first state to sign. New York were the last and at the time there were 13 States.
We also learned that it was Thomas Jefferson who wrote most of the Declaration of Independence and at 33 years old he was one of the youngest men in the room. He was ...