Philadelphia Tour

Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania. It served as the capital of the States in the 1790s.

The Liberty Bell at the Liberty Bell Center is one of the most prominent symbols associated with the American Revolutionary War. It is one of the most familiar symbols of independence within the United States, and has been described as an international icon of liberty and justice for all.

Did the bell crack due to too much hitting? No. The bell cracked while it was being put up because it was dropped, by a man, when it was hung up to try the sound. Oh my gosh!

By |March 31st, 2008|Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, USA|7 Comments

Hershey’s Chocolate World

We took a 2-hour coach ride to Hershey, Pennsylvania. As the name “Hershey” suggests, the town is built by Milton S. Hershey, the world famous chocolate maker. He believed that workers who were treated fairly and who lived in a comfortable, pleasant environment would be better workers. Accordingly, he set upon building an infrastructure to take care of the people who were employed by his company, drawing up plans for a model community housing for executives and ordinary workers alike, schools, churches, theme parks, recreational facilities and a trolley system.

World’s largest Hershey bar.

Hershey’s Chocolate World: Admission is free!
Crowd rushing in as soon as Hershey opened for the tour.

By |March 30th, 2008|Pennsylvania, USA|3 Comments