The Inn At The Union League
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... similarly, does care to some limited degree about what other people do about sex; but it seldom occurs to her to extend her opinions to a moral judgment. In fact, she thinks such an extension would be wrong in a different way — because it would be impolite, needlessly judgmental, simply not done.
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... of wood until you passed out. All sound like great options really.
Lots of "firsts" in Phili. The first Post Office the first Fire Brigade the first Zoo and of course they mentioned Benjamin Franklin quite a bit too given that this is his home town. He was obviously very innovative with his ideas and now lays to rest in the local cemetery.
We are having a blast but very tired. Aaron is still not 100% his ...
And we're off again! This time to Philadelphia and fortunately the journeys are getting shorter as it only took just over three hours. After a mini tour in the bus we pulled up at the Museum of Art, a.k.a. The rocky steps. We had our picture taken with the statue and then there was only one thing that had to be done, yes we ran up the steps and raised our arms aloft! After taking a number of pictures at the ...
... first night was spent trying out several different bourbons with a pair of Dutch guys who are coming along to our hostel in DC with us, and whom with we are trying to reconvene in Vegas in a few weeks time. The second was spent with another English guy, in a different bar drinking beer, yes beer. We were told that Philadelphia is one of the best places in the States for drinking beer, and if they have a couple that I even like, then it stands to ...
... with accents talking!
She drove us to a little local cute diner for breakfast! We tried pancakes, home fries, corned beef hash. It was so fun chatting, just the 3 of us talking about America and Australia! The serving sizes were really big but it all tasted great! After that Danny went to the local mall and Cheyenne and I hung out for a bit doing some shooting together. Then we all went out to lunch and had the famous Philly Cheese Steaks for lunch! They were huge! ...