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... water and double as a sleeping pillow)
1 plastic hand shovel
2 spare tire tubes
4 spare spokes
1 spare chain
1 hand pump with pressure gauge
3 tire levers
2 bungee cords
1 bike multi-tool
1 mini Gerber multi-tool with pliers and knife
50' nylon utility cord
20 8" zip ties
VERY small rolls of duct tape and black electrical tape
2 24 ounce insulated water bottles
... to his reference, He DID NOT politely message me asking to come to his room to talk, he demanded I did and sent me aggressive messages. And I certainly did not sleep with his neighbour (not that it would be any of his business). I am grateful he opened his home to me, but I just honestly did not have a good experience. I think maybe he is better suited to host men, and I wouldn't recommend solo female travellers to stay with him. Aaaaaaaand...the reference he left for me. I think ...
... soon. Also (almost) in residence is Anna’s girlfriend Rachel, who is studying medicine and stays at the house often.
When we arrived, Julia let us in, gave us a quick tour and let us get settled. Our room was lovely and faced out to the back yard. Anna has the room listed on AirBnB and it was immaculate when we walked in, complete with fresh towels, guide books for the city and a whiteboard with contact numbers and the WiFi ...
Since it was our last full day in Philly we decides to just get up early and make the most of it, and what a beautiful day we got doe it! Slapped on the suncream and shorts off out we went. First stop was reading terminal market - a huge indoor food market which I was incredibly excited for as you can all imagine! Was dying to try a proper Philly cheesesteak & a pretzel! When we arrived we went up and down ...
... Big Bus tour. Yep they have them here too!
We started at the Independence Centre, had a tour of Independence Hall and saw the Liberty Bell. Thankfully it wasn't really busy here today and the lines that looked quite big moved rather quickly. I think the main hold up is the security checking that you have to go through before you enter these places.
"The Liberty Bell symbolizes the never ending quest for ...