Crossland Economy Studios - Philadelphia - Maple Shade
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... We lunch in the Radio Station’s own restaurant, The World Cafe. Afterwards we meander back heading towards tonight’s theatre to check out the details. Apparently for $10 you can buy a fast-track ticket that let seat ticket holders in before the people who don’t have fast-track. It appears reserved seating means a seat is there but unallocated, so first in first served.
Me and Steve decide to have a coffee, the challenge being finding a coffee shop ...
... visiting at least Venice and a few lesser known areas of Italy. I'm trying to avoid the touristy areas, the prices are to high and it's easy to get robbed. Maybe Munich too depending if I can learn enough German to be able to find the train station.
I don't leave until January 15th so expect at least weekly blog posts than. I think the whole idea of a blog is easier, ...
... ranger explained what happened and in what room. He then took us into Independence Hall and explained how the 13 states/colonies all signed the declaration and at the same time committed treason to Britain and King George. We were then shown the Supreme Court next door where they tore down the British crest and replaced it with the Philadelphia one. On display in the west wing was the original silver ink stand that was used in the signing of the declaration. The last building we ...
... the Ontario West parking garage located on Ontario Street, west of Broad Street, between Carlisle and 15th Streets.
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... and still in operation...despite an extremely rickety ride and the odd plank rotting away from the tracks). After one ride, the girls very sensibly refused to go on it ever again. as for me - well, I couldn't resist the urge to tempt fate, and I won out this time, and had a fantastic ride (without any disasters). I even have a 'Cyclone' t-shirt, which is wonderful (alas, too late did I realise the possible connotations of the Cyclone's slogan, printed on the shirt: ...