Pineapple Hill Bed and Breakfast Inn
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... we went out I went for a Philadelphia Cheesesteak as people in the hospital had told me that there were three places where you should get one from and I hadn't got mine from one of the best places. I avoided the liquid cheese topping this time as most Americans also avoid it. My next experience of Philadelphia was the Citywide; a pint of beer with a double shot of Whiskey on the side. I'm not a fan, it was a ...
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Time to sit back and unwind" [DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince, 1991]
Obviously the first thing I did was run up the Rocky steps.
I stayed with my mate I played football with at Balliol. He once told me his Economics lecturer had told him that if there's easy money to be made, you might as well make it. This fitted in with what ...
... espresso machine. We see down a side street a "Cafe", unusual in the USA. We go in, it is dark, there are Turkish pillows on the seats and hookah pipes on the table. We ask the owner warily if we can get a coffee, he replies “Only espresso or cappuccino, I don’t serve that drip ****”. All seems good.
Over two coffees each plus the house speciality of homemade Tiramisu, we have a long discussion with Mohammed the owner. He is from Palestine, has lots ...
... Then we had just enough time to hit the Vino Volo wine bar for a quick glass of Spanish Tempranillo (Janet had a New Zealand Savignon Blanc) and a chicken salad before our flight to Brussels. We boarded our 767 and settled in for the 7 hour flight across the Atlantic and some sleep.