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... I was visiting. There isnt a lot of hip hop in Maine but I found one rapper called Spose. He has a track of the same name but his use reference to not being taken seriously as a rapper because of being from Maine. Here's a link. http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=gHoXgw3soE 8&desktop_uri=%2Fwatch%3Fv%3DgHoXgw 3soE8 Anyway the statement came true when I tried to get ...
... have still enough time after dinning and shopping don’t
miss to visit Swami Venkateshwara Temple situated on Old Farm Rd. It provides
all type of services-anna prasana, hair offering, grihapravesam to Lakshmi puja
and deep puja. It is serving more than 60,000 Indian American of the
surrounding areas. Whenever I am here I feel the taste of my country. That’s
the secret force, which has kept me in the doldrums of both the country.
... water containers. We bought a case of water (24 bottles) and refilled them for 2 months. Virtually all places we visited had potable water and most of it tasted fine. If it tasted a bit off, we dealt with it. This is both inexpensive ($2.50) and environmentally friendly.
c. Spend less money. You don’t need to spend lots to have a great time. A family of 4 can do what we have ...
... distance, in the now cloudy sky was the Benjamin Franklin bridge which separates Philadelphia from Camden, New Jersey. I had once attended a very memorable Pearl Jam concert under the Camden side years ago. Closer to me was some kind of old-school ship docked and a large luxury apartment building that looked like it was floating in the ocean.
I strolled down Front Street back and forth some ways. Down 2nd Street past more of the Philadelphia row- ...
... which will take me about 1.5 hours and Chris wants to do another run that incorporates the ‘Rocky Steps’.
The Mural Mile is 17 of Philadelphia Centre City's most iconic murals arranged along a walking route through downtown. The Mural Arts Program began in 1984 as a component of the Philadelphia Anti-Graffiti Network in an attempt to eradicate the graffiti crisis plaguing the city. From what I’ve seen so far, they’ve done amazing work.