Howard Johnson Express Inn - Blackwood
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... historical books, including notebooks kept by Lewis and Clark.
Next we went to the Second Bank of the United States. It was completed in 1824 and was modeled after the Parthenon in Greece. It was designed by William Strickland who created many buildings in Philadelphia. The bank was only open for about 20 years before being shut down. Today it is a portrait gallery. In front of it stand a statue of Robert Morris, he was the many who owned ...
... was illegal but not standing off on the side of a grassy hill. I also read the comments of experienced hitchers and most agreed that Philadelphia was one of the toughest to hitch out of. Some suggested taking the "Juice train" (Tropicana freight trains) going down South others said to hop a bus. I say I will give it one last go before I do ride a bus up out of here. I have a plan.
There is a concrete ...
... that evening (technically all day I guess) so I spent the time, yes, watching the West Wing in the apartment and eating some potentially dangerous unemulsified peanut butter. I really am still a student at heart, and not the kind that impresses their flatmates by cooking fish pie...the kind that whisks the peanut butter with a knife for 5 minutes and ignores the fact that the best before was three weeks ago.
Tuesday started off promisingly, with ...
... a couple of hours in drizzle for the concert. Until… as seems to be the theme when I travel… we get free stuff. Like… free undercover seats! Score! A couple of blurry photos from the concert for your perusal:
The second memory, one of my favourites from the WHOLE trip, is when we went out to the West ...
... to the Qantas desk to learn more about our situation. So we left the desk with only our carry-on luggage and walked to the security entrance. We said our last good-byes to our parents and I hugged Jesse repeatedly. This was going to be the longest (not to mention the very farthest) we would have been apart.
The girls and I headed into the line for security and got through without any problems. Naturally, we still had a good two hours to ...