Hampton Inn and Suites Newtown
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... are uncomfortable with how far the sexual revolution has gone — and not knowing what to do about it, they turn for increasing consolation to mining morality out of what they eat.
So what does it finally mean to have a civilization puritanical about food, and licentious about sex? In this sense, Nietzsche’s fabled madman came not too late, but too early — too early to have seen the empirical library that would be amassed from the mid- ...
... had lots or time to wait. Of course I just had to take a pic of this cosmetic kiosk. Watched the third episode of True Detective. It's set I. One land of devils, Louisiana, and I'm headed to another land of devils. We're boarding in 15 minutes. Can't wait to get on the ...
... the journey went a lot faster and only took us around 5 hours this time. Time flew by anyways, cause most of the trip was spent sleeping on each other’s shoulders in complete quietness. When we got back to the van rental place and all paid our part, Josh told them that this is definitely not the last time that we are renting the van and he managed to make a deal for next time we are renting. I can’t wait to make another trip like this. Even though it was ...
... showed up and after a few we headed to a club called Rumour (I know...). It was cool in that there was an old bank vault downstairs; it was not cool in that the safe was closed, the club was largely deserted, a bottle of Heineken was $4 and I was too tired to see the bright side of any of these things. Still, I can now say I've "done" clubbing in America, even if I was out-partied by some 30-40 year olds.
Monday was Labor Day, but far from being ...
... 8221;!) and sharing stories.
I met their friends, we explored the giant King of Prussia mall (PS who names a suburb “King of Prussia“??), tried many different microbrews (Pennsylvania is GREAT at beer), visited the Farmer’s Cabinet (where “barrels are first come, first served”), went to church, lied to Joe about taking nanna naps (“we went for a run!”), discovered an old covered ...