Days Inn Wrightstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... are uncomfortable with how far the sexual revolution has gone — and not knowing what to do about it, they turn for increasing consolation to mining morality out of what they eat.
So what does it finally mean to have a civilization puritanical about food, and licentious about sex? In this sense, Nietzsche’s fabled madman came not too late, but too early — too early to have seen the empirical library that would be amassed from the mid- ...
... rather than green, it still has that look that I have grown to like in a stadium. Inside there is a small Kids Zone with games and a play area in right field. One thing about the stadium is many of the stores and attractions are offset from the main concourse to where I walked by things without realizing it until I walked the other direction and saw them. There was a temporary attraction with a sand sculpture of a castle and ...
... There's a Japanese tea house, a Ming-dynasty audience hall, a Hindu temple, a mediaeval cloister, a Gothic chapel. Some of the art is excellent.
And, we got to see a Vermeer, Young Lady Seated at the Virginal, on loan from the Leiden Collection in New York. This painting was only recently authenticated as by Vermeer (based upon some findings from Sotheby's, like that it's cut from the same cloth as another ...
... by, I am not going to be doing much of it!
After having a bite to eat, (feels like we are always eating), we decided it was time to brave the medical system here and get Elijah's ear checked out. He had a mild infection when we came, but because of general travelling confusion, we didn't get his medication refrigerated in the aeroplane, and then weren't sure if it would be okay, so disposed of it. We were given directions to a 'walk ...
... to the massive portions!)
As we continued walking, it became more and more obvious why Joey from Friends had to 'get into the map' when he came to visit London in the show - the majority of the streets in the North East corner of the US are just big squares - it's hard even for me to get lost! Very different to back home.
We had a leisurely walk back through the city and to the hostel. Philly isn't massive so we'd managed to fit in everything we ...