Hampton Inn Quakertown
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We had a pretty good first week, with fun activities like the movies, which I got to see Monster’s
University which is the prequel to Monsters Inc. It was so good! We also played capture the flag which ended with Abi going to the doctor with a stretched tendon in her leg because Clement a French counselor fell on her and her leg twisted in a funny direction…it looked bloody horrible looking down ...
... and had churros with chocolate for dinner. A good day overall!
Saturday, August 4th: We woke up and took our train back to Barcelona, then another 50 minute train ride to a beach by the name of Caldes d'Estrac (or Caldetas.) We got to the beach in the afternoon, settled into the hotel, and then spent some time on the beach itself relaxing, tanning, and swimming in the water. It was such a nice reprieve from the bustle of Barcelona! ...
Valley Forge is another historical site. It was very intersting to me. George Washington Camped here for the winter, left without enough troops and you all remember this history better than I do. But this were bitter times in this ...