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- Multilingual staff
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... there are no peas on the island now, so you have to wonder...
The fort had over 150 artillery pieces at one time, but never fired a shot during hostilities. The largest volley ever fired was at the news of the South's surrender at the end of the Civil War.
What Fort Delaware was used for, was as a POW Camp during the Civil ...
... be neutral things. In fact, they are all considered by her to be wrong.
Most important of all, Betty feels that sex, unlike food, is not de gustibus. She believes to the contrary that there is a right and wrong about these choices that transcends any individual act. She further believes that the world would be a better place, and individual people better off, if others believed as she does. She even proselytizes such on occasion when given the chance.
Today we caught the Amtrak train from Penn Station, New York to 30th Street Station, Philadelphia. Multiple trains a day pass through this route and ours was scheduled to leave at 12:35pm. When we arrived at the station the departures board was showing our train was delayed 25 minutes. Unlike the airports and tourist attractions, there were no security checks ...
... Series was won!We jumped onto the Big Bus and toured round to South Street ...where all the hippies have gone ...for Philly steak and a beer for Rick. Lunch was shaken down by a stroll alongside the Delaware river with its boats and entertainments including a huge monument to Christopher Columbus who is felt to be a multi-talented hero. The pedalos on the river were a surprise and we immediately thought of you Mr. Hayward! We needed a sit down ...
... to miss when I'm packing. And it brings me a little closer to emulating my idol Fred Durst. (John Otto take 'em to the Matthews Bridge.) With the rain abating I headed right across town to the train station to scope out plans for a day trip to Atlantic City tomorrow. The centre of Phily is pretty small and compact and doesn't have too much to offer. Particulalry since most of the history I already picked up in DC. From the station I cut across to the art gallery, ...