There is an old saying, "Time waits for no one".
While the phrase is rather elementary sounding, its meaning is actually quite profound. The phrase is essentially saying that the presence of Time, is constant and impervious to any human effort to reverse it or transform it.
However, when traveling to a historic destination-(whether within the United States or outside the United States), can one's perception of time change and slow down when surrounded by and walking near historic buildings, homes, Houses of Worship, streets and roads? In other words, while the reality of time continues to tick and move uninterruptedly, is there also, paradoxically and perceptually, a slowing down of time when actually seeing the historical in person?