Holiday Inn Fort Washington Hotel & Conference Center
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... of Art, and are so glad we did… a beautiful building, with an amazing collection. Pat went into the 17thC Dutch galleries with Rembrandts and Rubens, and I went to the photography galleries, with very early mid-1800s photos, and then on into the early 20th C with Stieglitz and Ansel Adams, and then some very evocative photos of American life, particularly in the depression and the ghettos of the big cities. It was a nice foretaste of what we expect to ...
... 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- ...
... was being said. Some of the American kids felt left out I guess since they couldn't understand them which made it a little hard, but eventually things got better because we were reminding them all to speak in English.
This week we went to the movies which was fun. I got to watch White House Down which is Channing Tatum’s new film. It was a typical American action movie, but I really enjoyed it and I love him. Later in the week, we had our weekly awards ...
... 12:45. I was starting to get a bit nervous as I still had to get back to change busses and then get back to the station. Walk from the station to the hotel to get my bags and walk back to the station by 13:55. I was really cutting it fine. But to be honest, if I missed my bus to Philly, it would've all been worth it. On our way back and once in DC again, we went passed the Pentagon. I started snapping away merrily until we were told that no photos ...
... Afterwards we got back in the minibus and headed to buy a Philly steak, probably the most famous thing about Philadelphia these days!
Ok so for those not into American delicacies, a Philly steak is melted cheese on pieces of hot steak served in a baguette roll. There has been developments in the making of Philly steaks over the years which has ended in 2 main steak houses in Philadelphia serving the steaks. There was Pat's Steaks ...