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... days for three days.
Maybe she was in the hospital or something, or a neighbor took pity on us all
and offered to check in on her and put food out for her for a few days. I’m not
The Brandywine Valley is a pretty and posh exurban area in
southeastern Pennsylvania that extends into Delaware. It has all the things
posh people like, such as rolling hills, horse farms, wineries, country
estates, art galleries, and fussy restaurants with ...
Many people today played games as kids. Games keep getting more complex and interactive and other people spend more time playing them. This really is a growing phenomenon, thus it will not seem like you will have a stop to it whenever in the future.
Turn on subtitles. It can be hard to know dialogue within the other loud sounds inside the game. Search for the subtitle option around the game's option menu. Almost all games should have this. This menu provides you with ...
... 4th the following day had the city in a great atmosphere and we were able to see the set up for the festivities at the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. The Liberty Bell is a symbol of liberty following America becoming the United States in 1776, and this bell was rung back then to signify the moment the war ended between North and South and British rule. Independence Hall is where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed. The Liberty ...
... and beanies so I was really thrilled. Like I said in my earlier Facebook status update - I was so over looking at least halfway presentable and instead I now had to focus on survival. So it was scarf, gloves, beanie and snap-on earmuffs and I was good to go. I dashed back to the hotel, grabbed my bags and shot through to the Greyhound station. And here I am - en route to New York on my last Greyhound bus ride of my month long Trans American journey. It's just ...
... find yourself in a museum, it is important to know what to do. The answer, curiously, is to behave as you would if you were jumping out of an airplane or visiting the Grand Canyon. (Or if you were on one of those budget vacations where they combine a lot of activities in a short time, and you found yourself jumping into the Grand Canyon.) These are photo opportunities: take lots of pictures.
First, a word of caution. Some museums do not allow you to take ...