Extended Stay America - Philadelphia - Airport - Tinicum Blvd.
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The day began grey, dreary and spitting with rain. George had some how persuaded me in the last 12 hours to join him on the mammoth bike ride. The start of the 12 hours cycling began at 8:30, riding through suburbia for the next 7 hours, through different demographics of neighbourhoods from Paterson a dilapidated industrial town, the main high street was plagued with burnt out buildings and boarded up windows. Plastic bags crawled along the ...
... the night wearing a super short skirt and high heels
3. Getting up at midnight to scale Kilimanjaro
4. Talking to our Jaipur tour guide about a wide range of topics including contraception and true love
5. Catching out the dodgy Delhi waiter who tried to hide some change and forcing him to pay out all our change to the last Rupee
So what is next for us?
Good question! It was great to ...
... mosaic of mirrors, glass bottles, coins and pottery cemented into the concrete walls. Not surprisingly, it took 12 years to compete and was jaw dropping with the amount of small pieces that made up big walkways inside a random shiny place in the middle of urban culture. We proceeded to walk round the city looking at the random graffiti and Philly street life. The buskers here are really good and I enjoyed listening as they appeared sporadically down each block. That night was ...
... saucer magnolia is about to burst into bloom. We are getting ready to leave, finishing our packing; Bob is taking Shackleton to Keverton and I am going to the hairdresser.
Bucky, our driver, gets us to the Philadelphia airport easily and on time. Once inside the terminal we notice that there is an unusually long line that is not moving in front of the British Airways counter. The pilot has reported a cracked windshield and it seems that there is ...
... for the weekend. When they got back to campus, all 12 of us were ready to go and hopped in the van. Josh started behind the wheel and the rest of us got cozy in the back. After about twenty minutes Raimundo realized he had forgotten his passport, which gave Josh the opportunity to get to know the van a little better and do an extra round of driving. At 5 we found ourselves cruising the highways of Massachusetts, on our way to Philly!! After a few hours of joking ...