Travel Blogs from Bristol
... There was 13 pitchers used ... Home Team Record; 12-8 ... Next Game: Tomorrow in Toronto, eh
Distance Traveled: 11,387 miles
Stadiums Visited: 20
Sight of the Day: The Philly Phanatic's antics. Honorable Mention The Liberty Bell and Utley's walk-off homer
Quote of the Day: "We have a nosebleed in the nosebleeds" - Kid near me whose friend got a nosebleed that didn't stop for 30 minutes.
... lorries so i was about a mile behind him when i saw the blues flashing way behind, i slowed and shrank as small as possible and watched with a proper grin the cop pulling Mark over. apparently he was not too impressed with the @ull ****:
mark - "speeding, really, I am surprised as i am still running the bike in"
cop - yall take it easy you were dun niteyfive.
Just about reached Marion near Bristol.
... some of its old buildings like the first bank in USA. We also saw the grave of Benjamin Franklin, and the house of Betsy Ross who sewed the first stars and stripes flag of the USA.
Phili is small compared to NYC so it was nice to be able to walk everywhere we wanted to go to. It was also incredibly hot so we had to keep popping into shopping malls etc to cool down in the air con. We popped in to Macy’s which is where the ...
... so I could sit next to my mom when I was younger, plus I won’t have to sit next to a stinky hippy. So I got my bag down from the overhead bins and followed the hippy across to the other side of the plane and a few rows back as we agreed. But he didn’t stop until we got to a window seat in the third to last row of the plane. By the time I could have protested she was already out and near the front of the plane in my ...
The remainder of my bus ride consisted of attempting to write in my journal, a little reading, a little sleeping, a little eating. But mostly, it was a lot of talking to Helen, and a lot of trying to ignore the woman having VERY loud phone conversations with multiple people throughout the last five or so hours.
Helen and I had much more interesting conversations. She was curious about my life and my studies and my opinions, but was more than happy to ...