The Pennsbury Inn
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... late 1800s. Pierre
was more into plants than plastics and gradually developed and expanded the
gardens into what they are today.
I took my parents to Longwood Gardens once in spring of
1999, shortly after they moved to New Jersey. That warm sunny day was at the
height of spring bulb flower season, so the flower garden displays were quite
different than what I’m seeing on this visit. That turned out to be an expensive
trip well beyond gas ...
... this was on his agenda, but unfortunately he never made it. We did however make it to the market, but were un-impressed as there were many closed stalls and not a pear in sight. I think we may have hit it on a closed day.
We did manage to ‘hit’ the Reading Terminal Market, ‘check out the lingo’, true yank. The place was amazing, you could’ve bought anything from fruit to ham, from chocolate, po’ bouy’s . ...
... Liberty. Daddy obliged. We detoured into Hoboken. We parked a half a mile away from the bakery. Not a touristy area. Just local folks, restaurants and apartments. We wandered in the direction of the Cake Boss's bakery. She and I were excited. Along the way, I passed a car and something made me look back. Buddy's mom was sitting in a van with her window open. I looked and said, "It's Buddy's mom!" Then she motioned us to come over. We chatted a ...
... some cheese.
We were FINALLY allowed to check in and we had a nap.
We left our hotel at about 6pm and got the subway to the sporting complex where we saw the Philadelphia 76ers take on the New Orleans Hornets. It was an entertaining game, complete with the world's biggest t-shirt cannons (they reached people all the way at the back in the third level!) and a great comeback from the 76ers (they were down by 20) but unfortunately Philly lost.
... MUST take pictures or you will never believe you were in such a wonderful museum. (I’m assuming you are sufficiently like me to never, ever buy the catalog that tells you all about the wonderful exhibits you just saw, with professional photographs beyond anything you could take if your father was George Eastman Kodak. And by the way, even if you don’t know who your father was, I assure you he was not George Eastman Kodak.) My solution is to see if there is ...