Holiday Inn Philadelphia - NE Bensalem
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... age so they can cope with the actual breeds regarding children much like the Beagle, Bulldogs, Basset Chase, Labrador retriever, Old English Sheepdog, A language like german Shepherd as well as Poodles since they're effortlessly trained and are very sensitive to be able to proper behaviour around young children. These are the most effective canine pertaining to kids given that they can have their youthful loved ones hard residence with them as well as they don't acquire upset, ...
... me to keep up with. I'm a traveller - which I'm realising is a way of life. I'm tentatively finding my way in this respect and enjoying the insights that this brings. I'm also learning that the nature of this journey means that people and places are temporary - however when we think about our life as a whole this can also be a truism - however what makes it obvious to me now is that the time we spend together is a lot shorter and ...
... Bell, the Independence Hall, the burial grounds of Ben Franklin and some pretty buildings. Things we have learnt in Philly:
1. The Liberty Bell is actually pretty small. It is also silent because of the crack - as much use as a chocolate teapot.
2. America's Independence is based on a joint dislike of Britain. We did not know this. We discovered this after admitting to a tour group ...
... café, the heavens had opened and it was pouring with rain. It looks as though the rain was dying off so we then headed over to Independence Hall to go on a guided tour. This building is the exact building where the Constitution was signed. Wow, so I have trodden in the footsteps of the famous big wigs!!!
After spending about 30 minutes on the tour, we decided to go and have some refreshments so we went to the pub for a nice cold pint ...
Yay! Back to the states!
Well, not really.
The whole hatred-of-everyone-around-me-thing was glorifying America and its people to an unhealthy degree. I truthfully had become disgusted with large portions and lost a ****-ton of weight while in Shanghai. But that wasn't it. Like I said, I glorified my return. Turns out, people don't all grow out of their high-school tendencies and family still nags at you even if you've been gone for half a ...