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... are similar in structure but different in many ways. They all have a Victorian-esque style to them with a hint of a cottage style.
We have driven to Ohio before to stay with Josie and Ben, so we knew what to expect from the trip home. Again, we had planned to stop for dinner, but being so close to Delaware we could almost feel its humidity, we decided to skip dinner and carry on. We finished listening to The Graveyard Book, and we both ...
... The museum is actually the house that the Frick family lived in until they donated it to the city. It is a beautiful house built in the 19th century. The family collected a lot of art, especially small bronze statues. It was very impressive. After that we headed home for a nap and then out to dinner.
Friday morning we took the subway out to the Cloisters, which is a museum built to look like an old monastery. ...
... claiming that they make the best Philly cheesesteak in town. As this an issue that divides many residents in the Philadelphia region, I had to try both for myself. I went to Pat's first and as soon as I took a bite of my steak, I was in heaven. It ended up being better than I expected and was wondering if it would be similar at Geno's. NOT SO. Whereas the cheesesteak at Pat's was full of flavor, the one I had at Geno's was lacking such quality. I could not ...
... delayed from 1:20 to 2:00 due to technical delays. After 30 minutes, we heard the flight was delayed further to 3:00 due to extensive lighting replacements. So we waited 2 hours in delays for the flight. At 2:45, the plane started boarding. We took off at 3. The flight was 3 1/2 hours long, but it was enjoyable, since I got 2 seats to myself. We landed in Philadelphia 2 1/2 hours late. We ...
... From the southern end, the bell is visible from the street 24 hours a day.
On every Fourth of July, at 2pm Eastern time, children who are descendants of Declaration signers symbolically tap the Liberty Bell 13 times while bells across the nation also ring 13 times in honor of the patriots from the original 13 states.
Each year, the bell is gently tapped in honor of Martin Luther King Day. The ceremony began in 1986 at request of Dr. King's widow, Coretta Scott King. ...