Chestnut Hill Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... we were going the wrong way - no more relying on other peoples directions, we'll stick with the GPS in future! After that detour we eventually arrived at Penns Landing. We took a short walk along the waterfront to admire the 1.8 mile Benjamin Franklin Bridge. It was the world's largest suspension bridge when completed in 1926, it spans the Delaware River connecting Pennsylvania to New Jersey. It was ...
... to decide what we wanted to try so I can across the cheesesteak place that was on Man vs Food - biggest disappointment ever! The cheese tasted like sick, and not even exaggerating .. It smelled and tasted like I had literally just been sick! So ended up just having a bucket of chips with buffalo sauce and mustard! Mmmmmmm .. So when I said a bucket of chips, I meant a bucket of chips so after finishing them I ...
... clear difference in opinion leads to an intriguing juxtaposition. Just as Betty and Jennifer have radically different approaches to food, so do they to matters of sex. For Betty, the ground rules of her time — which she both participates in and substantially agrees with — are clear: Just about every exercise of sex outside marriage is subject to social (if not always private) opprobrium. Wavering in and out of established religion herself, ...
... music. It was relaxing but very hot so we sat in the shade most of the time. After we had passed a couple of hours, we went back to the apartment, got our stuff and got a taxi back to the train station! It had been a lovely stay at Becky & Oscar's! But it was time to visit the capital!! Our Amtrak train left on time and was very comfortable. Off we went to Washington DC!
... but my worries were unnecessary, as usual.
My last fear was getting along with the group (I haven't even met everybody yet) but everyone seemed friendly and enthusiastic at the airport despite it being 5am. Our group is small (5 in total) so everyone should be able to get to know each other fairly well by the end of the trip.
So, with all my fears behind me, there's nothing left to do but to enjoy my experience and to embark on a new ...