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... the first day in Philly? The sandwiches were excellent.
The trip back took us by some interesting shops, including a cookie store and a wine shop. Purchases were made at both. We chanced to pass Christ Church Burial Ground, the burial site of Benjamin Franklin, where we noticed a tour would be conducted that evening. Cristie and I decided we wanted to go ...
... at the nerve of this cotton top! A couple of minutes later the flight attendant comes and chastises here for trying to use her phone in flight. I smile smugly to myself!
As we reach the outer marker for Atlanta we start circling. The pilot announces, in that irritatingly phoney innocuous voice, that there is lightning within 10 miles of the air field and that we need to delay our approach. 30 minutes later we resume our approach but at the ...
... chains wrapped around the head and fell down to the top of the back where the hands were connected. Absolutely horrific and if you tried to move your hands down, it would pull the ball onto your tongue further and further. This prisoner was someone who broke prescribed silence and had been used on him 30 times before. Apparently,the contraption was not put on the prisoner properly and it is questionable as to whether this was deliberate. We were able to review the evidence and ...
... honest though as I was getting used to driving on the wrong side of the road and in the wrong side of the car, and getting used to the road rules and conduct. Right turns are permitted on red apparently and there doesn't seem to be much speed enforcement here given the crazy speeds lots of drivers do here.
After booking into our hotel here ($70) we drove into the city and spent the late afternoon / evening there.
Final Thoughts: Nice easy start to our ...
... like they were going to pass out, so she probably had the right idea.
After spending some time here we walked back down into the city and Rittenhaus Square where all of the upmarket shops are (needless to say we didn't go into any of them - we definitely have the grungy backpacker look going for us. We stopped for lunch at a place called Pandora's Lunch Box and had our first authentic Philly Cheesesteak, which was lush, but incredibly filling (still ...