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... hockey in Nashville, I didn’t eat at the game but Julie and Sandy had already eaten by the time I met up with them afterwards. We ended up going for food for me, while they had dessert or a snack. Tonight it was the other way around. I ate some chilli cheese fries a the game, and then had some scrumptious bread pudding in the local while Julie and Sandy ate some proper food. Luckily, we just caught the kitchen before they closed. Phew! ...
... and signed. It was also the default capital while Washington DC was being built. It was also home to George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and where the first and second President were sworn in. George Washington's Presidential home was also located in 2007 when works to move the Liberty Bell were undertaken. Not only was his home found but it also bought to light more information about the slave he had working in his home.
Philadelphia is very easy to walk around ...
... 360* theater production of "Freedom Rising," a very moving celebration of American history. From there we browsed through many exhibits including photographs, artifacts, interactive and hands-on activities. Photography was not allowed which is why you see no pictures here. That is always annoying to John particularly. I thought the Slavery at Jefferson's Monticello exhibit was ...
... creates its own demands and generally trumps other considerations — unless perhaps children are involved (and sometimes, on a case-by-case basis, then too). A consistent thinker in this respect, she also accepts the consequences of her libertarian convictions about sex. She is pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, indifferent to ethical questions about stem cell research and other technological manipulations of nature (as she is not, ironically, when it comes to ...
... universities that constitute the Ivy League and one that's academically comparable to Harvard, Yale, Princeton and the rest. I think it may have something to do with its name, because for some reason through my college years and onwards I always thought UPenn was a public state-run university rather than a private “Ivy”.
My main reason for visiting the school this summer was to go to ...