Holiday Inn Philadelphia South-Swedesboro
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... into the empirical record of the sexual revolution — then indiscriminate sex may be judged to need reining in, too.
So if there is a moral to this curious transvaluation, it would seem to be that the norms society imposes on itself in pursuit of its own self-protection do not wholly disappear, but rather mutate and move on, sometimes in curious guises. Far-fetched though it seems at the moment, where mindless food is today, mindless sex — in light ...
... a wonderful time eating and talking to the Carbers. They gave us some great suggestions for our time in New York. The Carbers okayed it with the college across from their neighborhood for us to stay there for the night. Tommy, Morgan and I stayed there and Clay enjoyed time catching up with Andrew and seeing the sights of Philadelphia.
Many miles and many memories today! Tomorrow.... New York City!! ...
... escape, but were back in their cells within 5 minutes after leaving a trail of muddy foot prints. Recommend going, even if it is a bit long.
We also managed to enjoy a little bit of history in Macy’s, of all places. Philly’s Macy’s is big the clothes are unfortunately **** but it also houses couple of interesting artefacts from the St Louis World’s fair. An incredibly large eagle and the Worlds Biggest Playable Church Organ, which was pretty darn huge. ...
... The museum is actually the house that the Frick family lived in until they donated it to the city. It is a beautiful house built in the 19th century. The family collected a lot of art, especially small bronze statues. It was very impressive. After that we headed home for a nap and then out to dinner.
Friday morning we took the subway out to the Cloisters, which is a museum built to look like an old monastery. ...
... throwing up in the backseat. At that point we knew whatever plans we had were no longer in place, so we adjusted our attitudes and thanked God for whatever the reason was for our delay. We stopped by Target and cleaned up Harrison and bought him some knew clothes. He was fine...I think suffering from being car sick. After that we continued into Philly and had a nice time for the rest of the day. We have one day left of Philly and we'll finish up tomorrow. Until then, ...