Crossland Economy Studios - Philadelphia - Maple Shade
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... me a bunch of granola bars for my travels! But the best part was I got a great picture of her so if anybody is ever in Philly say hello to this woman and you'll love her positive energy.
So that's it for now...I tried to make it short but as for this writer I don't believe in short stories. So I'll be back tomorrow hopefully with an article on Philly. Till then take care and be well.
... so that it does pack in during cooking, yet, in the situation of potatoes, plus some of the vitamin g is retained throughout the cooking procedure.
Taters play a major significance, not just in planting but also in nutrition. Despite the chance of negatively, because of the amount of carbohydrates inside them, the nutritional content associated with potatoes proves how vital potatoes are, in helping a healthier way of life.
... it seems unexplainable. Last night was spent with 4/5 other people in the hostel lounge - everyone was telling funny stories about their lives and I was crying with laughter at some of the situations they had got themselves into! Today, i came across 44 Harley Davidson bikers aligned in a side street - i very politely asked for a photo! i then walked across a really long bridge (Benjamin Franklin bridge) over the Delaware River, and back again to this lovely ...
... construction was completed. As a major industrial center and railroad hub, the city grew from an influx of European immigrants. Today, the city is home to several fortune 500 companies. As with Alburqurque, Philadelphia businesses must pay an "artistic" tax, resulting in having more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other American city.
While on tour, we passed the site on Market Street where a ...
... Abe was extremely good, and was happy to answer the many questions we asked.
We then made our way miles away back to New Jersey to our hotel. I think ‘Kathy Bates’ hates me – no key to the room – yet again….
We had a quick meal in the hotel as it was miles from anything, and prepared for an eight o’clock start and a half day more in Philadelphia.