Hampton Inn & Suites Chadds Ford
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... Confederate POWs. Over 12,500 prisoners were housed there by August 1863. The first having arrived after the Battle of Kernstown in 1862.
The fort pentagon shaped and covers six acres with walls that vary in heights from seven to thirty feet and is surrounded by a mote. This fort was built using over 25 million bricks and solid granite ...
... short, as Jennifer does with food, Betty in the matter of sex fulfills the requirements for Kant’s Categorical Imperative.
Jennifer’s approach to sex is just about 180 degrees different. She too disapproves of the father next door who left his wife and children for a younger woman; she does not want to be cheated on herself, or to have those she cares about cheated on either. These ground-zero stipulations, aside, however, she is otherwise ...
... train finally left at 1:40pm. There were several stops en route and we got to Philadelphia about 3pm. Tom arrived soon after and it was about a 20 minute drive to their house. After New York, Philadelphia is very green. Tom and Becca's house is built of schist. A lot of the homes in the area are built of schist or a combination of schist and brick or schist ...
... we took another tour of the town safe in the knowledge that France and Germany and Andy Murray were all through to the next round! We love sport. Philly is key to the American story. It all started here and so in some ways it seems like a pilgrimage site. God bless America. BUT if America apologises, and really means it, I imagine that the UK would accept them back as a colony (with the possible exception of Georgia), and bygones would be bygones.
... for the steps Rocky runs up. I was all set to reenact it and had 'Gonna Fly Now' ready to go on my MP3 Player and everything. Unfortunately it was not meant to be. Over the weekend there had been some sort of huge gig/festival thing in front of it, and it is all closed off as they take everyting down. This may incidentally explain why all the hostels were full up for last night. I'll try tomorrow evening and hope they've done most of the deconstruction. On the ...