Holiday Inn Express Langhorne-Oxford Valley
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... you will find phrases like "kidnappings, robberies, traffic, limited amount of ATMs". You as a migrant know that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger! so shake the fear away and get ready to take the crappiest CAMION (bus in Ecuadorian, colectivo in Argentinian) and pee behind a bush if necessary. This is a MONOTHONG trip (trip of one underwear, thong or hipster)
... the City Tavern would be a familiar sight to the leading figures of the American Revolution. It was demolished in 1854 to make room for new "brownstone-type" stores. The City Tavern was re-built in 1975 after painstaking research to design it remarkably close to it's original. The menu is consistent of food that would be served in the original time period, except the length of preparation is much quicker of course. The wait staff ...
Important! Be aware of the "plastic men", they will try to convince you at all costs to wrap your luggage in what they say is "the safest way to travel", however, when you hear your name in the speakers for a "routine checkup" (they already saw your criminal face) the first thing that will pop to your mind is "DAMN IT! WHY DID I WRAP THE LUGGAGE IN 54 LAYERS OF PLASTIC!!!!"
... The main thing I was worried about after going through customs (which is a joke in Rome) was being able to get money out of the cash machine. I had a bad experience with this the year before in Rome. Got to the machine as I vivdly remember where it is and was able to get the cash I needed for the next few days. Phew! After this I went straight up the the train station and got on ...
sorry. Boring title. I just woke up and couldn't be bothered. We walked a lot today. We went back to old town to see the oldest residential street in the USA and revisited some of ben franklin's history too. Saw his fire station (he started fire services in phila) his grave and then headed to get another soft pretzel because Cel was keen. Don't think I told you about that. We went to Reading terminal market the other day and had soft pretzels made by Amish. Actually ...
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