Hampton Inn Philadelphia / Great Valley
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... into the empirical record of the sexual revolution — then indiscriminate sex may be judged to need reining in, too.
So if there is a moral to this curious transvaluation, it would seem to be that the norms society imposes on itself in pursuit of its own self-protection do not wholly disappear, but rather mutate and move on, sometimes in curious guises. Far-fetched though it seems at the moment, where mindless food is today, mindless sex — in light ...
... the zoo!
Amy - My favorite part was the zoo and my favorite part of the zoo was the animals!
Lilly - This was an awesome trip! We went to more places than just the zoo. We walked around Philadelphia, exploring and seeing sights like the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Then we got to the zoo - it was fun all night! We got to go behind the scenes at the zoo and see really cool nocturnal animals - ...
... in Ealing we managed to kill an Orchid after Thomas was not able to tell the difference between a real and a fake one. He watered a fake one we had in the kitchen for weeks whilst telling me off that I wasn’t watering “the Orchid” enough as every time he went to do it, it was always bone dry. Of course I then started over watering the real one (that was in the lounge) not knowing how much I was supposed to put in until it ...
I had a good sleep in which is always needed working these hours and I was able to watch some tv shows which is always relaxing to me. I went to the gym and just rested which was nice. At about 5pm, Erin and I caught the train into Philadelphia which is about half an hour. We met Stuart, Luke and Forrest who were already in Philly and made our way into the stadium.
The game was really good. The Phillies started off shaky, but they ...
... on the bus and off to Philadelphia. I had a guy seated next to me who got on in Baltimore so he was next to me for the majority of the trip. But he decides to make friends as we are pulling into the Philly station. As I'm climbing into the cab, he runs after me to hand me his business card, he's a lawyer here in Philly, and says I must call him tomorrow and he'll gladly show me around. He looks a bit like Art Garfunkel with Paul Simon's height. ...