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... but the rest of us were heading to a cruise at 11:30: the Spirit of Philadelphia. When I planned this I was quite skeptical. These boat cruises either rock or are super duper lame. I was praying it wouldn't be the latter. We boarded the boat and were immediately greeted by the staff who knew us by name. We were promptly delivered bloody mary's to keep us quiet before the boat departed. Once it did, we were asked by our cruise director, Matt, to go and introduce ourselves to ...
... close after lunch and then open again later for dinner.eventually we were successful.
Then it was back to.the hotel to freshen up and rest before walking down the street to a great tavern for dinner.
We enjoyed our short stay in Philly and it was good to see a small part of the city where Ian had stayed as en exchange student.
At the airport. Feeling like ****. Thanks neulasta! Thanks chemo! Thanks radiation! Oh...and our scooter battery died so its charging now. Please wish us luck that this was a fluke and that it will hold its charge from now on. Last thing we need is to buy a new scooter in Paris. Although I'm sure it would have that...certain...I'm better then you ...
... best place in Philadelphia!! It was an indoor market with every food group and country favourite covered! There was everything from classic American pulled pork sandwiches (Lauren's lunch!), Amish baked goods, Italian, Mediterranean to raw meats, fish, freshly baked bagels, salad bars.... the list goes on! I decided to be brave (mainly because the stall was had my name hehe) and tried shrimp gumbo, which was absolutely delicious!
After this we decided ...
... Abe was extremely good, and was happy to answer the many questions we asked.
We then made our way miles away back to New Jersey to our hotel. I think ‘Kathy Bates’ hates me – no key to the room – yet again….
We had a quick meal in the hotel as it was miles from anything, and prepared for an eight o’clock start and a half day more in Philadelphia.