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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 ...
... beauty of the island.
Historians will love what the island has to offer. Santo Domingo boasts the largest number of museums in the Caribbean and historical sites rivaling any throughout the Caribbean (as the Colonial City in Santo Domingo is the oldest city of the New World). There are also many historical sites connected to Christopher Columbus and his family in Santo Domingo, including but not limited to the Alcazar de Colon (Columbus ...
... to many Amish farms and Amish communities – it’s very rural and is very interesting to see the Amish go about their daily life (working the fields, driving a horse and buggy etc). We chilled out at their house for the rest of the day and caught up with Diane and Brian (and their little Puggle Harley).
The next day Diane and Brian dropped us off at the small local train station where we took an hour long train ...
... that he is willing to share and has visited Perth, eating fish and chips at Fishermen’s Harbour! He makes an excellent cappuccino and smokes cigars. He has',he reliably informs us, the best hookahs in all of Philly.
We head to off to our respective hotels arranging to meet later.
Later we meet and decide to eat at Joes Diner, because they have 20 beers on tap, which I correctly note will keep Steve happy. It does, he samples 10 of them. Beer ...
... 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 ...