Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Summer 2013 July 11 - Philadelphia, PA

July 11 on to Philadelphia to see the Liberty Bell and the some of the history of the area that set the original tone for our country.
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We ate lunch at what is claimed to be the original Philly Steak Sandwich Shop?100_7951  100_7954

There is competition between two shops claiming they had the original Philly Steak Sandwich. Click on either or both of these websites for more confusion: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cheesesteak  http://whatscookingamerica.net/History/Sandwiches/PhiladelphiaCheeseSteak.htm

Pat’s Steaks is Geno’s competitor.
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Below is the mural across the street from Geno’s and the historic building (photo on the right) that were on our path as we drove to the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia.
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Rodin Museum
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We returned to Fort A.P Hill to pick up the rig and head to Andrews Joint Base outside of Washington D.C. We left the fifth wheel and traveled to New Jersey to visit with W's Uncle Joe in Williamstown and his Aunt Kay in Westmont. We had a great time.

Next post: Atlantic City, NJ.

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