Courtyard Philadelphia Great Valley/Malvern
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Today I'm taking my Typhoid Vaccine! Delicious for breakfast! The live vaccine comes in a BioHazzard bag. For those of you who know my "love" of celery (NOT!); I've been storing it in the crisper next to the celery. Let's just say no one ate that celery/haha! Next week I take a series of ...
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... go back to the hotel. Travel fatigue really is with us these last few days so we want to take it easy. We figured we'd have an early night until Johnny Depp appeared as Edward Scissorhands on tele. Lenny had not seen that movie yet, so we ended up watching it entirely. And I'm glad to hear she enjoyed it a lot... 23 July 2013 We decide to wake up rather late. Check-out is only at noon so we have time. By noon we eventually check out and go into the city centre once more as ...
... every morning at 7 o'clock. And finally i saw the man who's been walking through our neighborhood for as long as I can remember So that's all for now... next stop will be the airport and then onto the airplane and then off to Spain...A long day ahead of me so I will talk to you tomorrow PS For you literalists, that's not really my plane taking off rest easy I'll see you in the ...
After a long walk through Houston Intercontinental airport, I made it to gate C17. Boarding had already started, and I walked up to the counter. When my boarding pass was scanned, there was a loud warning beep. "What now?" I thought. But it was simply a seat reassignment, as the aircraft type had been changed. I was still in a window exit row seat, but on the other side of the plane. As it turned out, ...