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... Bell until now.. It was the symbol for independence, anti slavery and women's rights..... So, big in USA... It's a bell fgs.... And it's cracked...
Did lots of walking and a lovely sunny day so good all round...
Interesting incident at station on the way back. I joined a queue to change my ticket and arrived behind a lady on the phone. Guy tapped me on the shoulder and said he was with the woman so I let him in. ...
... was written in the history books has been glorified and the truth has been extended to boost peoples morale when they were heading into war. Apparently their was only 5 people in the square when the Declaration of Independence was read out and even then they soon scarpered as they didn't want to be linked to the revolution. Anyway I saw the Liberty Bell (well the cracked no2 Liberty bell) and then we went for drinks. We went to ...
... it may be, Betty’s food is served with what for us would appear to be high ceremony, i.e., at a set table with family members present.
As it happens, there is little that Betty herself, who is adventurous by the standards of her day, will not eat; the going slogan she learned as a child is about cleaning your plate, and not doing so is still considered bad form. Aside from that notion though, which is a holdover to scarcer times, Betty is much like ...
... I grew up in a small suburban town in Maryland called, Bel Air.
Growing up, my parents have always tried to expose my sister and I to different lifestyles and various places in the U.S. I remember them driving through the projects of B-more in order to expose us to the harsh reality of poverty. It made us become more self aware of the world outside our suburban bubble.
My 1st opportunity to travel internationally was on a high ...
... small concert venue recommended by Isabelle. Fairly large place, good crowd for a weekday night. Sit at the bar and order an eggplant parmeasean sandwich. The bartender later duped me into a buying some kind of overpriced ice cream dessert for $6. Uggh. I strike up a conversation at the bar with some locals. One was a struggling musician, thinking of giving up on music as a career, which might also mean giving up on bartending/ waitering as a career. ...