Hampton Inn Pennsville-Wilmington
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... a’mouldrin in the grave” fame), as well as some confrontations in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars, so an interesting visit tomorrow. We will then have a 3 hour drive to Philadelphia. We deliberately timed our visit there for Sunday so we could drive into town without traffic, and find some free parking… we hope.
May 9: Day 4. Paulsboro, NJ. Just 15 miles short of Philadelphia.
We did spend the whole morning, until about 1pm, ...
... another "authority" to take its place: "government." The escaped monkeys simply build a new cage, and eagerly jump into it, because that is all they know, and all they have ever known.
In a world without the "authority" myth, on the other hand, children could be taught to be moral instead of merely obedient. They could be taught to respect people, instead of respecting the inhuman, violent monster called "government." They could ...
... the night and the castle took centre stage for an amazing light show upon its walls. We got inundated with viewers flocking to our little viewing area for a prime view. A mother with two young kids at this point had their view hampered by the crowd. I taped the mother on the shoulder and offered to take one of her children on my shoulders for a great viewing position. I didn't understand her, I'm guessing it was French but this young girl was handed to me before I had finished ...
... van, but we eventually found one quite close to our hostel. The hostel was expecting us and the girl showed us our room on the top floor. It consisted of 9 bunk beds (so 18 beds in total), a bathroom and a fire escape (the ones you see in the movies). Everyone was quite exhausted from the roadtrip so after beds were made and phones were plugged into the chargers, it was time for a good night of sleep.
On Saturday morning we were woken up by Jack, serenading us ...
... are allocated it, but we do different tasks and planning depending on the day. The kids return at 4pm and have until 5.45pm when evening line up is to relax and shower etc. We go to dinner at 6pm and then usually at 7.30pm we run our evening activity. Curfew is at 10pm but the kids have to be in their rooms by 10.30pm so it is a long day. If we are on duty we have to stay up until 1am, which is 1-2 times per week and involves sitting in the hallway on a computer or reading ...