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... I was done with amusement parks. P/u Maddie and arrived to Philly. Dropped off to Adam (awesome dude!) and met up with Mr. Singh at 315 Arch St. Nice flat and great location. Didn't like the animal paintings on wall. Loved how First Friday brought out community and open stores. Need to go back for this. Ate and Zento Sushi both nights. Very fresh and ...
... with both my pepper spray and pocket knife in hand (I really need to start leaving the pocket knife in my larger backpack when I'm out in the city). Unfortunately, the Liberty Bell is a very popular tourist attraction, so at first it was very hard to get a good picture of it.
Luckily for me, one of the kids visiting with his class threw up all over the floor in front of the bell. Everyone else cleared out, leaving me able to take pictures to my ...
... lightening all the outdoor rides had been temporarily closed. As the drains backed up and the magical kingdom became a semi water park we swam over to the merry go round. Soaked to the core we dripped dried around and around on our gallant steads. It was a feeling of careless ridicules fun. We decided that the children with in had had enough of being drowned and made our way back to the bus. The weather favored us on the second day at animal kingdom. We started with a tube on ...
... presumably people had thrown them for good luck and fortune, we didn’t at this point.
Running 3 blocks between, Race St through Walnut is Independence National Historical Park, which is lovely on a warm day. There are wall flat screened TV’s playing videos’ of events through the fight for independence, and timelines explaining this. Toward the middle is the Liberty bell centre, of course this houses the Liberty Bell. The queue was huge to get ...
... in Ealing we managed to kill an Orchid after Thomas was not able to tell the difference between a real and a fake one. He watered a fake one we had in the kitchen for weeks whilst telling me off that I wasn’t watering “the Orchid” enough as every time he went to do it, it was always bone dry. Of course I then started over watering the real one (that was in the lounge) not knowing how much I was supposed to put in until it ...
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- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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