Four Points by Sheraton Philadelphia Northeast
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... on just about every other aspect of nonmarital sex. She believes that living together before marriage is not only morally neutral, but actually better than not having such a “trial run.” Pregnant unwed Susie in the next town doesn’t elicit a thought one way or the other from her, and neither does Uncle Bill’s gonorrhea, which is of course a trivial medical matter between him and his doctor.
Jennifer, unlike Betty, thinks that falling ...
Well we did it again. Hit the ground running! Up early, bags packed, breakfast done and on the Amtrack train from Washington to Philadelphia. We only have one day in Philadelphia so we knew we had to make the most of it. Our goal here was to see the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall and anything else would be a bonus.
We were lucky to be able to check into our hotel room straight away and then we headed off once again ...
... to keep walking after we got back to the castle. So what could I do but just begin our little trek to the zoo! I looked it up and it was only 1 mile from the castle. N was in our hiking backpack/carrier. This trip has been a good workout for me so far! But it beats wrangling a tired toddler and worrying about safety around cars and such. And in my mind it also beats having a stroller but not being able to handle all of my own ...
... onto the river.
We saw New Jersey again!
A few sailing boats and speed boats accompanied us on the river.
After approx 20 mins we returned to the ramp to resume with Father duck on the road.
All up the tour took 80 mins and it was well worth it, as a novel way of seeing the city and hearing stories.
Paul wanted to stretch his legs so ...
... required. Independence Hall tickets, just like the Holocaust Museum go quickly. Holocaust was sold out by 12 and Independence Hall by 1:30.
The sights were great. It really pulled together some points from the DC trip and how our country was formed. Still can't believe all the people who come from all over the world to see our country and how our laws are made.
The rangers were all over town ...