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... satellite so we had a ton of stations. We couldn’t wait to walk into town and see the sights of the markets. Haus Wartenberg is in a lovely residential neighborhood with a post office, supermarket, konditorei and other interesting stores. It was a very pleasant walk of about 6 blocks to the tunnel that leads into the city. The tunnel leads you right into the old city at the Horse Fountain \
... afternoon while I was out exploring the campus as we had the afternoon to relax, I saw 2 helicopters flying around low near our dorm. Seeing people around outside, I didn’t think anything of it. Working in a school, has given me lockdown experience. So my first thought was maybe we could have a lockdown. But when people are around outside, sitting at tables and walking around casually I assumed it wasn’t. After a good 20 minute walk across the campus my dorm is ...
Anyway we ate at the bar, I had the Philly Blue Cheese Burger, and soon we started talking to Rocky look-a-like Andrew (remember I am in Philly). Soon Andrews mate; Bruce Willis look-a-like Alan arrives and joins us. We have a very interesting and entertaining conversation on music, politics, and sport and solve none of the world’s problems. During the evening some little Christmas leprechauns serve us a sample of Kilbeggan Irish Whisky and then later ...
... long line. Not to worry, this historical city has more to offer: Mütter Museum, Edgar Allan Poe house, Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, Independence Hall, Rodin Museum...and the list can go on.
By the end of the day, I am beat and ready for some of the Philly real grub. Heading back to the Reading Terminal ...
... Charlie had moved in quick and
she was the perfect damsel in distress
type for Charlie to save.
Charlie was the prototype NY Wall
Street undergrad guy. He definitely came from money and
had used daddy's money to get into a
big name school and get recruited out. He caught on fast and
was definitely moving and shaking
quickly with the bigwigs. He remembered him coming in early on