Isaac Hilliard House Bed and Breakfast
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We left New York the next morning, catching a train to Philadelphia from Penn Station. Sitting in the station waiting for the train we got talking to a couple and they were from Brisbane and had also come across on the Queen Mary 2. What a coincidence!
We had a Philly cheese steak for lunch(but were not huge fans) then set off to see some ...
... van, but we eventually found one quite close to our hostel. The hostel was expecting us and the girl showed us our room on the top floor. It consisted of 9 bunk beds (so 18 beds in total), a bathroom and a fire escape (the ones you see in the movies). Everyone was quite exhausted from the roadtrip so after beds were made and phones were plugged into the chargers, it was time for a good night of sleep.
On Saturday morning we were woken up by Jack, serenading us ...
... down during food preparation, yet, in the case of potatoes, and several of the vitamin c is retained during the cooking process.
Taters play a major significance, not just in planting but also within nutrition. Inspite of the possibility of adversely, because of the amount of carbohydrates inside them, the particular nutritional content associated with potatoes proves just how vital potatoes are, in assisting a healthier life-style.
... some decent coffee in our room, which tided us over until we got down to the cafe for breakfast. The boys were very happy to discover that the cereal options were all sugar-coated, and that following this, instead of just toast, they could have muffins and/or bagels - so of course, they had both!
It was then on to see Patti. For those who don't know, Patti was one of my Youth-Group leaders back when I was a 'youth' and ...
... an iced coffee and a couple of donuts (along with free wi-fi) helped to calm me down. We stopped for gas (keep forgetting that NJ doesn’t allow you to pump your own gas, but I still need to get out of the RV to unlock the gas door for them, so it seems a mite silly) and about 20 minutes later, stopped again at a thrift store that had just opened. It was enormous. Within 10 minutes of arriving there, I found it. The one thing I never thought I’d find at a thrift store ...