Days Inn Chester
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I have been doing a lot of traveling lately. Partly to promote my business and partly to enjoy the warm Caribbean weather.
As I've been doing so, I am reminded that (contrary to popular belief) everybody in every country does not speak English (nor will they). I am also reminded of how unsafe it is to be traveling in countries where you cannot adequately speak the language.
The last thing you want to do in ...
... too new for an old phone.
Make sure you actually need a smartphone before you actually buy one. Smartphones are costly, but they have lots of benefits. But, certain people only require a cell phone for making calls. If this is what you're like, then you shouldn't buy a smartphone because it costs more and that may be bad for you. So, it might not prove your wisest course of action if you only use phones to talk. ...
... with the journey of the sun across the sky from east to west. As I am too following the sun for as long as possible, it feels good to have this story to accompany me along the way. Eventually my aimlessness found me eating a subway sandwich next to Rodins' sculpture 'The Thinker' - where ironically I too found myself thinking about how my unplanned day had found significance both in people and places. A movie, beer (free!) and ...
Bill had flown in from Lubbock on Thursday, 08 May, and stayed with me until we all mustered in at PHL for the trip to Europe. (Randall & Linda had to get up VERY early to catch their flight from Portland, OR.) Called Mom to wish her happy Mother's Day before boarding the plane.
We got aboard with no hassles and settled ...
... to visit the infamous Rocky steps outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art - a movie of which Gavin was a big fan. It was really quite funny seeing various people run up the steps in slow motion and pose like Rocky at the top. Of course, we followed the crowd and ensured we got the same snaps too! There was also a statue of Rocky III outside the Museum.