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Today we had nothing firmly planned. After the rush of yesterday, that suited us fine. I visited with Annaliese and the kids as they got ready for VBS, then we enjoyed getting ready ourselves at a leisurely pace. We foraged for breakfast in the Gove's pantry. I had Rice Krispies for the first time in I don't know how long. They were tasty. Sweeter than I remembered. Evie had fed Desmond some of her English Muffin, so he was a happy ...
... and manuals on the preparation of food; the same studious emphasis on leisurely technique, the same apostrophes to the ultimate, heavenly delights. True gastro-porn heightens the excitement and also the sense of the unattainable by proffering colored photographs of various completed recipes.”
With such a transfer, the polar migrations of food and sex during the last half century would appear complete.
Respecting some hazards, ...
And we're off again! This time to Philadelphia and fortunately the journeys are getting shorter as it only took just over three hours. After a mini tour in the bus we pulled up at the Museum of Art, a.k.a. The rocky steps. We had our picture taken with the statue and then there was only one thing that had to be done, yes we ran up the steps and raised our arms aloft! After taking a number of pictures at the ...
... the buzz from my piņa coladas. I'll continue to take away something from the people that I've met along the way. My experiences and memories of them are the best souvenirs that neither quetzales nor dolares can buy. I've explored one more latino country and I can't wait for my next adventure down south (don't worry mom, it won't be for while). I'm thinking Peru though...any takers?
... to the town the street has flags of the world on each lamp post. Wales was there. Technically represented twice as the UK was there too! They even had Vatican City. Before checking in I popped into the Royal Mint which was okay. Talked about the coins but not the paper. For dinner I picked up a cheese steak. It is a Phily delicacy apparently. It's not a steak with melted cheese as the name would imply but shredded steak and melted cheese in a soft baguette. So quite a ...