Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast
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... at each farm, during which time the man whose house it was, was in control. They had very separate personalities - Cheng was a drinker and was bad tempered, Eng was placid and very gentle. Eng's spine was quite twisted as he was the one who compensated the most so that they could stand side by side. The join was actually in the middle of their body near their navel.
Wes was not interested in the museum so he went for a walk to look at buildings. After ...
... and too much sleeping. (Could you ever not get enough sleep!!) Week One Plans turned into action and before I knew it Monday was upon us and we headed into Philadelphia to start my life as a tourist! First crack of the whip had us at the liberty bell. Speaking of cracks someone put one in that big beautiful bell. The liberty hall is amazing. To be a fly on the wall thru the centuries. The detail in the structures is incredible. We also visited the national mint and received ...
... even if you're used to a certain layout or interface. You may find another phone is more functional than what you're used to using.
Don't allow your phone to die completely. These batteries want to be recharged frequently. Unfortunately, if you wait until it gets dead before recharging it, the battery will be less likely to hold a charge in the future. Thus, see if you can charge the battery much earlier in the ...
... is where I meet nice guy number 2 for the day. In baggage claim service. He told me that It had gone to New York with our me. He called his friend over in NY (he used to work over there) to try and make sure it would be on the first flight down. Have me a little bag of useful things and I was on my way. Another kinda funny thing... While waiting for my bag. A cooler came off the belt onto the other belt and bursts open. Inside were fish. Big ones. No bag, no ...
... terminal [it was going to be 500MP for a cab] and I booked a 1000 transfer with Ado 121MP.
Returned to the hotel for farewells to the Translator and then Greg/Brian who are doing a dive together.
Hopefully the Imodium will get me through the day! Polished off yesterday's blog. Told Greg he could have the balance of the tequila for an onward gift.
Between the heat, the fatigue ...