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... us are the type to wake up early and cook breakfast. We’re barely the type to wake up early.
We stopped in Columbus, Ohio to have lunch with Evie’s sister, Josie and her two munchkins, Clemi and Jonas. The restaurant, Northstar Café, was very packed, so we had lunch outside. Thankfully, it was a pretty nice day out. We shared some cookies and cheese dip, and Evie had a salad, and I had a veggie burger. Columbus is a cool place; the ...
... together to raise money for the local school by buying tickets for a beef & beer night. I met some of her friends who had recently been to London and were amused at how small English eggs were. It's funny what sticks in people's minds. The lady I was staying with knew so much history about her local area everyday was like a history lesson! They all know so much about their cities. We joked that she should become a tour Gide when she retires. She got me to try ...
... a bus home to Virginia so I wandered in no particular direction and came across a great big sculpture depicting the struggle of humanity - I loved its connectedness and chaos both in form and function. Love Park was my next encounter which you will all recognise and is representative of the brother & sisterly love that Philly is known for. I then met Lou in the Cathedral of St Peter & St Paul - who genuinely exudes the ...
... EMILY-Running around to find chargers that works is a crazy crazy adventure
Melinda- it was a really fun ride up here.
So there you have it--first impressions of our big adventure. Our plane just pulled up, and passengers are disembarking. A couple of hours and it will be our turn to board and get in the air. Stay ...
After resting in our room for a short while and knowing it was our last evening in Philadelphia, we decided to head our to Franklin Square. Franklin Square, one of Philadelphia’s five original public squares laid out by William Penn in his original plan for the city, has undergone a dramatic renovation. The park now boasts several family-friendly attractions, including a miniature golf ...