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... the history of sports racing cars and it was seriously awesome. These cars were all in full working condition and they even take them out driving a few times a month to keep them running. There were cars there that were one of the last remaining cars on their line. They had 2 cars that were valued at over $50 million and they were beautiful. After the museum we picked up Sam, ran up the Rocky Stairs (just to say we did) and then ...
... city of “Brotherly Love”, explained that Philly was a perfect place to come in America where all different religions and types of people were welcomed and accepted. Next we visited the oldest church in America. When it was first built, we know that adults could stick up their hand and touch the ceiling. We have that information from an old slave’s account. It was then rebuilt to the beautiful church that stands today (317 years old). When it was built it ...
... spoke to myself (quietly so not to wake Chris and Jessica) to make sure I didn't sound TOO gorgeous (I sound particularly gorgeous in the middle of the night I think :-)) and then, courtesy of Skype, rang Asda HQ. As 3.30 am on a Sunday night / Monday morning is about the ONLY quiet time there is in this neighbourhood, she (the Asda woman) will never have guessed where I was calling from - when she asked how I was, I chose not to tell her about my pyjamas :-) Managed to get ...
... about the game is that the fuss is actually not about the game, but that it is the commercials and the half time show that get all the Americans behind their televisions. After proper superbowl celebrations with chocolate covered pretzels and chicken wings it was finally time to go head home and go to bed.
All in all it was an amazing weekend and I enjoyed every minute of it, as you might be able to tell from the pictures. Like I said, I can’t wait for the next roadtrip! ...
... this trip you can expect Tim to visit the ever-growing Ho Chi Minh City (formerly known as Saigon) to donating bags of rice to the needy in Ap Xeo La, which most people have never heard of (even the native Vietnamese). Follow Tim on his adventures and the people he meets along the way. Three others will be joining Tim as his camera crew, including Helen and Troy the humans, and Peebz the bear.
Tim is currently enjoying his cup of coffee in an ...
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