Spent the morning in Philly seeing the Liberty Bell, Christ Church, and wandering around the city.
Rocky was smaller than I’d expected.
As was the Liberty Bell.Tiny, tiny bell! I expected it to be much larger.
Christ Church was very cool. Grace got the rare opportunity to ring the same bell that Thomas Jefferson had rang as a boy.
The graveyard outside the church was AMAZING. You can find an entire post dedicated to it on my author blog
Bryon got his Baywatch on. And, yes. The nipples are keg taps.
Bryon insisted on authentic Philly Cheesesteaks for lunch.
When in Philly…
He wasn’t wrong. They were great.
When we were finished in Philly, we head to Phoenixville for the grand finale…THE WEDDING. But first, we ventured out to Valley Forge.
This is the home George Washington commandeered at Valley Forge. He supposedly rented it and he and the officers stayed inside…
This is where the some of the soldiers stayed. The lucky ones. The rest of them were in tents across the property.
This is the oldest standing train depot in the country.
And of course there was food.
The last day of our trip was dedicated entirely to THE WEDDING. Check out the next post to see what happened 😀