Inn at Mendenhall, an Ascend Collection Hotel
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... tops. There were four routes (not counting the training route that was only six feet off the ground).
Most of the routes had a "decision point" where you could elect to take the easier or tougher route. ....Of course I took the tougher route! ....but I also completed the less challenging routes ...
... that it is up to them, not only to do the right thing, but to figure out what "the right thing" is. As a result, they could grow up to be responsible, thinking, useful adults, members of a peaceful and productive community, instead of growing up to be little more than cattle on the farms of tyrants. - Larken Rose, The Most Dangerous Superstition
None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who ...
... with an even nicer looking pen to boot! My point is these are people who have trusted in a corrupt and rotten system. It is a shame that there is such a divide right now in this country that you can have rich and poor co -exist on the same city street corner, and one not acknowledge the other.
I am not condemning the wealthy. To me having money or owning high end items is a gift from the Creator and should ...
... public holiday I was hoping for, all this seems to have meant is that no one was at work. My host therefore took me on a tour of Philadelphia. We walked into downtown through the leafy parks of washington square, to Independence Hall (surprisingly small for a building wherein were penned the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States). Continuing in the vein of freedom, we peered through the window at the Liberty Bell (didn't ...
... and a business man approached him. The man ended his call on his phone, shook the soldier's hand and patted him on the soldier and said "Keep up the good work sir" then walked off. This came as a strange experience to me as that would never happen in England and it really proves how much respect everyone has for their soldiers.