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... inside the temple but it was closed. We carried on walking towards the Franklin Institute, and on the way we stopped by a fountain and I dipped my feet in to cool down. The Franklin Institute Science Museum was really interesting; we went inside a giant heart! We also watched a show about black holes in the planetarium...it was very educational ;) All in all we have enjoyed our time in Philadelphia, but it felt weird to not be as busy as we have been since being in the ...
... to get a drink which we order and pay for then wait and wait and everyone comes and goes with there drinks and then they ask if we're waiting for drinks and there has been a mix up and our drinks were forgotten about they were really apologetic and were trying to find some cards to get us free drinks and while we were waiting they offered us some pastries/cakes to take with us so ...
... is something I've always dreamed of doing and I'm making it happen. It's now or never, and there is nothing more depressing than the thought of spending the rest of my life thinking, what if... So I'm stepping out.
"Life is not a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in one pretty and well preserved piece, but to skid across the line broadside, thoroughly used up, shouting GERONIMO!" - Hunter S. ...
Nev and David set out in the morning for New Jersey and the Red Bull Races to find that the event didn't begin till 1. They filled int he time by going to The Liberty Science Museum and having lunch. Then it was race time and of course Nev enjoyed every minute of it.
Mary and I joined Peggy at church and it was about dealing with unexpected problems and just good common sense values. We were introduced at Welcome Time /prayer for people time and at the community ...
... wave of development occurred after the Civil War when the 30-acre (120,000 m2) Magill
property to the southwest of the town's core was subdivided for
In 1869 Doylestown established a water works. The first telephone
line arrived in 1878, the same year that a new courthouse was erected.