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... of pumpkin pie. We topped this off with some fresh local apples and a smoothie each from a produce stall and then sat out in the sun eating our delicious breakfast. Needless to say, the bakery goods were unreal. Sooooo nice.
After we'd eaten, we walked through the city down Chestnut Street to visit the College of Physicians of Philadelphia - the Mutter Museum. I'd been really looking forward to this, as when we'd been researching what to do in the city, before ...
Our first step in our adventure is a red-eye from Philadelphia. Leaving at 9:50 PM, arriving Lonmdon Heathrow at 10 AM. Ugggghhhh. About 10 tiotal hours of sleep for five family members combined. Then a train to Paddington Station, dragging our luggage down to the tube with three kids, going up and down about 20 flights of stairswith ...
... The trip around town took just over an hour and we passed loads of things I was frantically trying to take photos of whilst listening in to the commentary. I had to fly from the left side of the bus to the right at break-neck speed to keep up with the tour guide all while the bus was moving, almost face planting into one side of the bus at one turn. That was embarrassing! Husband just giggled which was met with a filthy look. If you remember the cartoon Wacky Races, ...
The people we met along the way shaped our experiences as much as the sites we saw. When we think back on a particular country or town, vibrant and colorful faces come to mind. We thank you for making our year of travel unforgettable and for teaching us about ourselves and for sharing your lives: - The two Irish girls who we befriended on our first stop in Amsterdam, giving us confidence to board the next flight. - Lew's German family, ...
How do we sum up a year in the world?
We could do it by the numbers:
- 65,597 miles.
- 26 countries.
- 327 consecutive days outside of the United States.
We could do it by the moments that literally took our breath away:
- Looking down at Africa from the top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
- Feeling a mountain gorilla's grip on Lew’s leg.
- Hanging over the edge of Victoria Falls in Devils Pool.
- Flying through Class ...