Days Inn Wrightstown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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for us once again! He was also the one who went out to pick up my Prednisone
from the pharmacy earlier in the week. Mauricio rocks!
I couldn’t really eat much dinner as I was so excited to
finally hit up the club! It’s been three years since I have heard about this
place, and had never gotten a chance to go. And my friend Luis was coming out
to meet me there, so I was looking forward to seeing him, and dancing to ...
... do so in conjunction with organized religion. Macrobiotics, for its part, argues (with some evidence) that processed foods and too much animal flesh are toxic to the human body, whereas whole grains, vegetables, and fruits are not. The literature of vegetarianism makes a similar point, recently drawing particular attention to new research concerning the connection between the consumption of red meat and certain cancers. In both cases, however, dietary laws are ...
... took the trip to Eastern State Penitentiary, the world's oldest 'modern' prison, which had now become little more than ruins. Despite this, the tour that was offered was excellent, and the prison itself was very eerie. Amusingly, the tour took us to Al Capone's cell, which had been restored to how it would have looked. The cell was much bigger than average, featured blankets, Persian rugs and a stereo system. In prison terms, he was hailed as a ...
This is my last blog entry. Included are miscellaneous photos of the trip.
We were glad to be able to represent all of our friends and workers in the United Church of God at John Ross Schroeder's funeral. In the process of being there for this very sad event for the Jan and all the Schroeder family AND all the people who knew John and his hard work for decades, it was still a journey into time and ...
... expand to Wisconsin. But I digress. All in all a very successful two days exploring the city. Now onto DC!
Tomorrow is the beginning of a series of week long events celebrating the 50th anniversary of The March on Washington. Luckily we are staying right off of the mall so are planning to make it to some of the days festivities. In this post I will also attempt to put up some of the pictures from our historical shena****ns.
I'll keep you posted