June in Philadelphia

Jul 27, 2013 | Travel

DSC_2058In June, Josh and I went to Philadelphia, PA for a few days sightseeing before he worked at the PGA tournament. We toured around the city for a few days with Josh’s mom and dad. Obviously, there are a lot of historical sights to see in Philly. We walked around the downtown historical area, ate a pancake breakfast at the Reading Terminal Market at an Amish restaurant. We visited the grave of Benjamin Franklin, and the US Mint and saw where coins and special commemorative medals are made.

That first afternoon we visited Longwood Gardens and it was very enjoyable. I love visiting gardens and one of the highlights of these gardens were the dancing fountains. We stopped by several of the fountain shows, and thoroughly enjoyed the conservatory. After that, we headed back to Philadelphia for dinner and a rest.



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Charlotte Glaze

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As a mom, writer, and illustrator with a background in preschool education, I’m dedicated to creating picture books that inspire and empower young children. Join me on an unforgettable adventure where imagination knows no bounds, as we journey together through the pages of storytelling magic!