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... that tells the timeless story of a recent college grad named PRINCETON who moves into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue Q. There, he meets KATE (the girl next door), ROD (the Republican), TREKKIE (the internet sexpert), LUCY THE SLUT (need we say more?), and other colorful types who help PRINCETON finally discover his purpose in life!”
On Saturday, 11 October, I went to Claire’s baby shower filled with food, fun and silly games. ...
... it shows everywhere. We saw almost no chains at all, not even Wal Marts. No billboards. The people were friendly and healthy looking. We saw almost no lawyer offices, doctor offices, hospitals, etc., and farms were everywhere. The scenery was spectacular and the covered bridges were amazing (Note Emily and Martin as well as the above mentioned).
We spent $1,627.49 on this trip going over our saved envelope amount by about $200. Not bad.
... after just coming back from Spain so I did not have much to play with. We found delicious giant pizza slices though, right on the board walk. I would return just for that pizza... We did go to the beach this time. It was not exactly the cleanest or most lovely but it was still a relaxing pass ...
... The next stop was the Franklin Court & B. Franklin Free Franklin Post Office. Below the court is an underground Museum filled with paintings, objects, and inventions. The next stop was Christ Church. An active parish since 1695 often called the Nation's Church. The Christ Church was built from 1727-1744. The next stop was Betsy Ross House. Where Betsy Ross served the first Stars and Stripes. The Betsy Ross house is a landmark in Philadelphia where Betsy ...
... page of my passport. Oh and I realized I only have an hour between my connecting flights in London and will probably have to pick up my baggage, go through customs and security, and travel the twenty minutes between terminals 3 (where all international flights land) and 5 (where my plane is taking off, at least I think so).
This giant mess is courtesy of Heathrow Airport which I've head being described as the following. Confusing. Congested. And Hell on ...