Comfort Inn Valley Forge National Park
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... drums. It was a good atmosphere as there was band playing local music whilst people sat on bails of hay.
The market itself was very chaotic and as we didn't want anything from there we escaped very quickly. We walked around in the sunshine and found Chinatown. On this trip, every place we have been to has had a Chinatown and we have not made it back to it in our free time (quite often we saw it ...
... trip to Costa Rica. Naturally, Costa Rica remains a significant place for me, to this day. It exposed me to a new language and a culture totally different from my own. However, I wasn't fully able to appreciate the country since the group stuck together without interacting with the locals. Sadly, we brought our little Bel Air bubble with us to Costa Rica.
With each new travel experience, I believe (or hope) that I grow and learn a little ...
... throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants thereof.”
Reading Terminal Market
This was a great way to wrap up our time in Philadelphia. Karen and I had a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich at the same place Barack Obama ate at. Kate and Liv bought cookies from the store in the picture. Liv found this shop online and was desperate to find it before we left.
... influenced. There were heaps of delicatessen's, butcher's, fruit markets, and restaurants.
Once we found "Geno's" (this was THE place to buy cheese steaks), we ordered a cheese steak each. Oh my it was worth it. All it basically is a bunch of melted cheese on top of thinly cut steak in a baguette, but it is magical. It was so good I ate it all (and it was pretty big).
After we finished, we walked back to our hotel, making sure to stop at a few delicatessens ...
... I had expected the New Jersey part of the trip to be the most testing and least pleasing section of The Lincoln, and I can tell you with 3300 miles to go, it lived up to expectations and I'm glad it is behind me! Industrial sprawl, urban decay, mile after mile of depressing empty lots, power plants and not much else. I was following Highway 1/9 looking for State Route 27 after Elizabeth, NJ. Every road sign seemed to want to suck you onto the horrendous New ...