The White House, seen from Pennsylvania Avenue
The White House, North Lawn
The Department of the Treasury
Michelle Obama's vegetable garden
The White House, South Lawn
The White House, South Lawn
The White House gardens
Close-up on the White House
Washington Monument
Statue of Victory
First Division Monument and Statue of Victory
M&T Bank Stadium, Baltimore
Independence Hall, Philadelphia
Rocky in Independence Mall visitor center
18th century street sign
Betsy Ross House
Christ Church Burial Ground, Benjamin Franklin's resting place
The Financial District is very close to the Historical Center
Arch Street
Chinatown gate on 10th Street
Philadelphia City Hall
William Penn statue at the top of City Hall Tower
A mural. There are 3,000 of them in Philadelphia !
Financial District
Benjamin Franklin and his printing press
Masonic temple where Benjamin Franklin used to go
Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
Fountain on Logan Square
Logan Square
Franklin Institute, a museum dedicated to science
Eastern State Penitentiary
Eastern State Penitentiary, a prison that favored reformation
Another mural
John Marshall statue
Joan of Arc statue
Avenue of the Republic
Please Touch Museum
Financial District and Schuylkill River
Rocky Statue next to Philadelphia Museum of Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art
George Washington equestrian statue
Back to Logan Square
Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul
City Hall Tower, 548 feet high
Union League, club, charity and hotel
Department store at the corner of Walnut and Broad Street
Philadelphia International Records, the Mecca of Philly Sound
Pine Street
Pine Street
Pine Street
Three identical towers, seen from Penn's Landing
Penn's Landing and Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Old City Hall
The First Amendment in Independence Park
Liberty Bell
Independence Hall
Congress Hall
Christ Church Burial Ground, Benjamin Franklin's grave
Benjamin and Deborah Franklin
Benjamin Franklin's life
Benjamin Franklin bust
The house of Betsy Ross, who sew the first American Flag
Costumed character in front of Betsy Ross House
Elfreth's Alley, the oldest residential street in the United States
18th century houses in Elfreth's Alley
Elfreth's Alley
Old mailbox
Bladen's Court
Bladen's Court
Bladen's Court
Elfreth's Alley
Fireman's Hall, an old fire station converted into a museum
Narrow street in Philadelphia historical district
Metal recycling
Franklin Court, printing house, post office and museum
Printing and binding house at Franklin Court
One of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence
Library Hall, forerunner of the Library of Congress
Robert Morris, the financier of the Revolution
Best Western Independence Park Hotel, our hotel
Our hotel is an historical landmark