Kennett House Bed & Breakfast
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... an indescribable feeling reaching the summit and viewing the glaciers.
2. Experiencing the wildlife – be it lions, tigers or giraffes it was great to see all these animals in their natural habitat.
3. Seeing the Taj Mahal – experiencing it makes it clear why it is one of the new seven wonders of the world.
4. Viewing Victoria Falls – amazing seeing the sheer volume of water falling ...
... of Pittsburgh in the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania is an entire region where days of booming industry and thriving communities have long since vanished into the daily struggle of families just trying to survive. In the center of this region is an old steel town hugging the banks of the Monongahela River named Monessen. Monessen experienced its heyday in the late 1800s – 1950s, with a strong ...
... the rooms ready, made door signs, decorated our halls so they had a theme, (ours was a beach theme) and prepared linens for international campers. The jobs sound easy but they can take hours!!! We were able to go to the mall a couple of times, out to bars to watch the NBA Finals on two nights, we went bowling, had ice cream and a night out with all campuses for one last hurrah before the kids arrived at South Street in Philadelphia. We also spent an afternoon with ...
... heavy rain. The power even went out (a customer yelled out "over-easy eggs will be okay"). Fortunately, since we hadn't placed our order yet, the outage lasted only a few minutes. After breakfast, we decided to hang out in the cafe until the skies lightened up a bit. It was pleasant relaxing, having a few cups of coffee, and working on catching up on journals, blogs, and the like. The weather lightened up a bit so we decided to give ...
... old prison from the Pennsylvania system of incarceration. Called a penitentiary for a reason, the focus of the Pennsylvania system was on penitence, feeling sorry for the crime you committed. Because of this focus, in the Pennsylvania system the inmates were kept in complete isolation from each other. Walked from place to place with hoods over their heads, they lived and worked in isolation. The prisoners never saw or heard another ...