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... in Philadelphia where her grandfather, my step-grandfather, another Charles Di Pasquale, was buried in 1901 - a photo-op for Find A Grave. Along the way, we plan on stopping at the Gettysburg battle field and then Pottsville, PA, where he oldest brewery in the U.S. is located, the Yuengling Brewery. Never heard of it? Neither have we, but we're big on breweries so this should be a treat. Then on to Dickson City, PA, to visit my ...
... family for sure, but a place unique and apart nonetheless.
The United States of Mexico was a different country in almost every sense. We started with no practical experience of the place and only our prejudices, drawn from jaundiced media, to guide us. The place was a revelation. It was in part sophisticated and nuanced, industrialised and wealthy, and cultured and historically rich. Other parts, however, were mired in poverty and inefficiency and struggling to gain ...
Monday night we had one of the coolest sports experiences I've ever had… but I’ll get to that in a minute.
We started the day with a trip down to Abbot Kinney, the main drag near our rented apartment on Venice Beach. We went to a place called Kreation where they had some pretty stereotypical Californian items on the menu. We both ended up getting the Cancun (I know, that’s Mexican) scramble, which consisted of eggs, black bean salsa, and avocado on ...
... sign. Back to Hollywood to catch the red hop-on hop-off bus. We went down Sunset Strip (couldn't find 77 though) and past The Viper Room, Whisky A Go Go. The guys spoiled our plans for Rodeo Drive and We weren't allowed off the bus. Finally we hit Santa Monica Blvd where we had drinks at the end of the pier. Hive of activity with lots of people with egos vying for attention, although we didn't get to see any 70yo ...
... to talk about our ills and medications!) Obviously, you can't sue someone if you get bitten by a mosquito. But we have to sign a waiver anyway (4 pages long!) for what they label, collectively, "Damages". Let me quote:
"I understand that the Activities have inherent risks, damages and hazards, particularly as they take place in an outdoor wilderness and/or jungle environment. I further understand that ...
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