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... boarding and were last to board! We could have missed our flight!
We told the agent at the gate that it was our anniversary trip and asked if there were better seats (we didn't fell comfortable asking someone else to move - as the other agent suggested). Sure enough, there were two bulkhead seats on Row 8 available! More leg room for our 7+ hour flight! We quickly boarded and settled in ...
... was also used as a communal vegetable garden for the people in the area.
That face you're making right now...? Yeah, that's the same one I made.
Also, did you know that Historic Philadelphia has the straightest streets i the country? Philadelphia was planned out so that all of its streets ran only North-South and East-West. Well, there is one exception: Dock Street. Dock Street used to be Dock Creek, but it was blamed for the Yellow Fever epidemic, ...
... blank spaces so you could sign, with George Washington beckoning you over.
Unfortunately, we couldn't stay there for very long, and we headed over to the Rodin Museum. It was a fabulous place, but only had a few galleries, so it didn't take long to explore. We then went over to the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and had lunch in their cafe. This was a meal on our own.
After lunch, we met up with ...
... flight to Mexico, but our stopover was only 1 hour 20 mins which will make us miss our next flight by 10 minutes. When we landed there was also a storm in Atlanta, it took another 10 mins to taxi and get off the plane. To our disappointment we had missed our first flight. We were told to head to our gate and we might get another flight. The walk to the gate was a long one and I stressed all the way about what was going to happen, but once we got there a lady booked us on the ...
Not really in a location much worth blogging about, but in a state of mind worth blogging about. Ive spent the majority of young adult life daydreaming about going on the road and leaving any life Ive created at home behind. Not necessarily because the life is worth dumping, but mostly because there is so much more to see. My obsession with the ancient antiquities of art and architecture has consistently filled my mind with the idea that many of these wonders must be ...