Holiday Inn Express King Of Prussia
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... sub-zero temperatures at the moment a seat indoors was much more appealing. We then moved on for the main event, dinner at Hill Country, a Texan barbeque restaurant. We all decided to opt for the Pitmasters Combo which you share between 2 people and get a variety of different meats (e.g. ribs, brisket, chicken) and 2 sides (e.g. mac and cheese, sweet potato mash, coleslaw). I shared with Ciara and whilst putting the world to rights we started munching ...
... I will be getting it pulled out and put under for all of my procedures and just pay and arm and a leg to do it since I am probably saving money pulling them out anyway, which is really laughable when you think about it. I don’t have time for waiting periods, and in all honesty I probably wouldn’t be saving all that much with health insurance so at least this way it is all done for good and won’t bother me ever again. So woohoo for that!
... while Grandpa did what Grandpa does best...took a nap!!! It had been an early day.
Laura showed up about 4:30 and we headed to dinner. We went into the City Center to a place called Pub and Kitchen. Nice brew pub with a great selection of beers and food. Laura said it's always written up as one of the top restaurants in Philly. Very laid back atmosphere. Laura and I shared some oysters on the half ...
... whose name I have forgotten. They are both part of the AmeriCorps Alum – Philadelphia chapter, a group the keeps alums from all different AmeriCorps programs connected to each other in the same city and with what is going on in the programs or with other alum events. That day they hooked us up with some discounted tickets to the National Constitution Center, which we toured for most of the morning. Afterwards everyone dispersed to their own agendas (or not) in the city ...
... without a car so won’t be happening again.
It was a very quick trip to Philli from New York, probably just a touch over an hour and we were back in nice air conditioned comfort of the ‘quiet car’ so the trip was very pleasant. I almost had to ‘shoosh’ the two men sitting in the seats across the aisle from us, but they realised the error of their ways when they copped a filthy look before I piped up to say anything, much to ...