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This afternoon we drove into Philadelphia for a tour of Old Historic Philly on a Segway. Before the tour we toured by the Liberty Bell and had a Philly cheese steak and Hot dog with kraut. Walked through Liberty Plaza park on this beautiful sunny day. Mid 70s made the day wonderful. I took a few videos along the Segway tour and will add them soon. Tomorrow we will be driving to KY to spend the week with Ken, Dalene, Nathan and Kaylen. It will be a long drive so starting out ...
... friends understood, and can be bad for you or good for you in ways not enumerated before.
All that is true, but then the question is this: Why aren’t more people doing the same with sex?
For here we come to the most fascinating turn of all. One cannot answer the question by arguing that there is no such empirical news about indiscriminately pursued sex and how it can be good or bad for you; to the contrary, there is, and lots of it. After ...
... park and we all got off in search of some lunch, we walked a couple of blocks and found a little market place full of different delights such as sweets alcohol and loads of meat products. we then had hot dogs from the amish sellers before travelling back to the coach for the next part of our ...
... any visitors to the city visit it, as it's so unusual and interesting.
After we'd finished with the Mutter, we walked up Benjamin Franklin Parkway through Eakins Oval, towards the Philadelphia Museum of Art, so that Laura could re-enact the 'Rocky Running up the Steps Scene'. We walked past a huge fountain which was really lovely, featuring George Washington atop a horse, and surrounded by pairs of animals in each corner - 2x Bison, 2x Elk, 2x Moose - and ...
... the City Tavern would be a familiar sight to the leading figures of the American Revolution. It was demolished in 1854 to make room for new "brownstone-type" stores. The City Tavern was re-built in 1975 after painstaking research to design it remarkably close to it's original. The menu is consistent of food that would be served in the original time period, except the length of preparation is much quicker of course. The wait staff ...