Travel Blogs from Bristol
... 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.
... out your income properties. Saving money can be tempting when it comes to doing it yourself, but the time involved and the pitfalls of making a mistake with a renter are not worth it. Your time is valuable. Let a property manager take care of your investment for you.
Even though your broker has all of the connections and the know-how, make sure that you find one that is still going to allow you to be in control. In the end, you ...
... central atrium with an organ that was played during the time we browsed the store. On the ground floor atrium level is a majestic bronze eagle statue acquired by John Wanamaker, the department store pioneer. ‘Meet me at the Eagle’ has become the catchphrase for shoppers and visitors meeting in the centre of the city over the last century (including ourselves).
We then went next door to the Philadelphia City Hall. This building, ...
... 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
In West Philadelphia....Hospital of the University of Philadelphia (HUP)
I drove to Philadelphia from East Windsor, New Jersey not a bad journey out at 6am but a bit crazy getting home at 5pm! The first day at HUP was inspirational! The OT in the Trauma ICU ...