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... but not worth spending more than a couple of hours.
We then headed up the canal route… first stop Great Falls National Park. As we were driving we noticed many cars stopped in the various lay byes, with everyone out looking at the sky, often with cameras. What the heck? Soon we spotted some occasional airplanes in formation, and as we looked closer, they were obviously old WW2 bombers and fighters. So when we stopped at Grand Falls ...
... Nevertheless, events have proven Nietzsche wrong about his wider hope that men and women of the future would simply enjoy the benefits of free sex without any attendant seismic shifts. For there may in fact be no such thing as a destigmatization of sexsimplicitur, as the events outlined in this essay suggest. The rise of a recognizably Kantian, morally universalizable code concerning food — beginning with the international vegetarian movement of the last ...
... The title of this is a shortened version of what our guide, a man who had a bit of a Ben Franklin look, said: "the most historic room in the most historic building in the most historic square mile in the U.S." Dan knew quite a few answers to his stumper questions, and this history teacher's wife was proud. :). It was very awe-inspiring to hear details of the drafting of the declaration ...
... The dinner was followed by a ghost tour, organized by the hostel. The hostel guide took us to many of Philly’s cemeteries, abandoned places, churches and dark parks that had a story. Even though there was no need for me to be only slightly scared since the guys largely outnumbered the girls, I have to admit I was still kind of nervous. But it was lots of fun to explore the city by night after having seen it by day. When we got back to the hostel they treated us to ...
Staying with a British radiologist in Philadelphia, I was hardly expecting to be confronted by a couple of guys up to no good making trouble in the neighborhood, so I was a bit surprised when the Megabus drove past the sleek icebergian (that should be a word) Cira Centre and the port-cocheres facade of 30th St. Station to drop us off at the side of the road by an abandoned car-park. I obviously needn't have worried though. Philadelphia (at least, east of 40th ...
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