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After a great day of wandering the park with Lola totally enjoying the small Carousel and the water areas, we popped into one of the food courts to get a bite of late lunch and wait for the parade to start. As we were leaving, I noticed a few streaks of rain against the window and noted to myself that the weather lady on the morning news had warned …
... br> The information is there, you just need to know where to look. Maru found a couple of days ago the Lonely Planet guide from Mexico. A pretty interesting little book with information of places you need to visit, hotels, motels, how much you might spend, places to avoid etc. Now... please keep in mind that the majority of these guides were made BY gringos FOR gringos! which ...
Keep a considerable amount of quarters in your pocket! Airports do not know the meaning of BILLS!
Charge your iPod, disc-man, Walkman, mp3/4/5/6/7/8/9, a trip without music is not a trip at all!
Please double check your boarding pass! that way you won't get lost in the way to the waiting room! DO NOT mistake the initials NY with NJ or you will really risk loosing ...
... it a night. Next day, went to work again on Market St and then back to New York on the Amtrak.
So, one night in Philadelphia. I guess I can't say too much because I know I didn't see everything. But I can say that this is a city with a lot of different things to see and do and probably has something for everyone. Broad and Walnut St had theaters and other arts venues. There seemed to be a lot of different schools and colleges. Restaurants of all ...
... Very strange weather in Florida. After Pensacola was Tampa and
this was the muggiest and hottest city we have ever been in. It was
actually disgusting to be standing still doing nothing and sweating.
The temperature change from inside the venue to outside created
condensation on all the equipment. So as we were packing up all the
amps and drums were wet and hard to work with.
After the show we met Jerry who was the