Somerset Country Inn
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... area homes are selling for.
Paying for a property in cash rather than through financing will always net you a better deal. Sellers want a fast transaction and banks and lending institutions only slow that process down. If you have ways of getting enough money together to buy it outright, you can get a steep price discount and probably save on closing costs as well.
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... and Maryland.
I feel like I'm in another country. Nobody speaks English. It is crazy how many foreigners are everywhere. We are in the pool in Philly and two different families in the pool are from somewhere else. Crazy. Melting pot.
Finally doing some laundry here. We have been doing great with the plastic drawers and backpacks. Works great. Everywhere we go, people are impressed at our efficientness.
... in I have NO idea). We were NOT just dying to see Hangover III, so he scoped out three MORE possible drive-ins (Pennsylvania, as you can see, is about littered with drive-ins). First two were strikeouts--one was not playing Star Trek, and one was playing (go figure) Hangover III and Star Trek, with the R-rated movie first. If it were second, we could leave! We had to wait until Friday morning to find out about the ...
... of people, so our time to see Independence Hall was not until 1:40 pm.
After the bell we headed for Ben Franklin's Grave. It's in the cemetery at Christ Church about three blocks from Independence Hall. He's buried with his wife, Deborah. Interesting that so many people wanted to see his grave that they cut a hole in the wall surrounding the cemetery for tourists to view his grave. Now tourists can see it and many throw pennies ...
... helping to set up a field event outside a local high school. Out in their field. Crazy. Once all the booths were set up and t-shirts handed out to all the students, all but three of us headed of to City Hall. The mayor was hosting a graduation celebration. The top seniors from all across the school district of Philadelphia were invited. Led by a drumline, the top 5 seniors, and the mayor himself, we walked alongside as all the seniors marched down the street to the City Hall ...