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... I'm going to have to use my massive sandwich for protection! Every1 stuffed we hoped back in the van and headed to the stairs that rocky used to run up and down when training quick stop there we all worked off our 6000 calories we had just consumed by running the infamous stairs! And back on the road again, next stop Washington ...
... hopped behind the wheel and drove us all the way to Philadelphia. We had a lot of fun singing along with the guitar (Jack, from Scotland, is a true musician and his duets with Raimundo, from Chile, are XFactor worthy!!) and laughing at Josh’ and Gerald’s way of driving.
We arrived in the Philadelphia at around 2am, a couple of hours later than expected but it was worth every minute. It was rather hard to find a parking spot at this time of day with ...
... cereals are limited. Potatoes are usually gluten free therefore can be taken by any individual.
· Supplement C, This really is necessary for healthy gums, the teeth, muscles plus bones. It may also help to fight certain colds and flu. Taters contain the nearly all vitamin c out of all the food items from the carbs family. Potatoes can contain up to one 8th of the grownup requirement. Supplement C is sensitive to warmth, so that it ...
... having a party in the hallway, and then a Mother with her two children arrived in the room next door, at about midnight, speaking rather loudly. (She kept telling them to 'be quiet, because she wasn't 'in the mood'' - just put them to bed, I say!)
Eventually, we all got differing amounts of sleep, and it was time to wake up to the first official day of our US adventure! We were very grateful to find a little coffee ...
We made a number of stops along the way to Pemberton, mainly because it was so hot, but also because we were once again driving in rush hour and NJ drivers (or at least the ones we encountered yesterday between the hours of 4-6pm) were in hurry to get somewhere and did NOT want to be held up by a 30 ft. RV from Michigan. Yeesh. I had to put all my weight into my horn at one point when someone veered out of an exit lane right in front of me.
One stop was Dunkin' ...