Spruce Hill Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... It was a brilliant night catching up with what Cassedy had been up to in the year since we'd met. We also got to know Anna and Rachel who are both gorgeous people, extremely smart, interesting and great fun to be around. After dinner Cassedy, Nay and I went to the park at the end of the road, only a 30-second walk from the front door. It has a spectacular view of downtown Philadelphia and there were a number of other groups of people sitting ...
... whole way how 'disgusting' it all was. I, on the order hand, found it fascinating! We had planned on going to the Eastern State Penitentiary as well, but after Alcatraz everyone felt they had seen enough 'prison' and under the limited time, we skipped it. I'm still hoping I can get our money back ($15 each). We finished at the museum and had enough time to wander down Rittenhouse Row - tax-free shopping. We didn't ...
... an eye out for poltergeists!
I stayed in bed till ten-ish reading my book, and then we had another delicious breakfast à la Hayley. Blueberry pancakes, yum yum yum!! The Hayley had a two hour long soak in the tub to soothe her weary bones, I went back to bed and watch Glee, and Alex and Ruth set up camp in the living room with their duvets and watch Netflix! Had a lovey skype call with Claire ...
... for premarital sex or adultery, for example, find brakes on their desires for other reasons: fear of disease, fear of hurting children or other loved ones, fear of disrupting one’s career, fear of financial setbacks in the form of divorce and child support, and so on.
Even men and women who do want all the food or sex they can get their hands on face obstacles of other kinds in their pursuit. Though many people really can afford to eat more or ...
... along Walnut Street down to the river again.
There was an Indian festival in an area near the river which was noisy but colourful.
Back along the street looking at different architecture and miraculously found the rail station to get back to where the car was parked.
A fabulous day in the sun and filled with history!
Off to Carlisle tomorrow.