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... when we are back. Got the train here Thursday night and spent yesterday being at work with Amy listening to the all American sound of 'Coach Amy!' from the kids! This weekend we are booking buses and doing odd jobs and tomorrow we are out for Amy's 25th. Tuesday...Washington bound! ...
... of 8 different ales. Tom was overjoyed when Steve suddenly remembered he had to drive later so was only able to drink a few of them and gave the rest to Tom.
After lunch we went to see the Liberty Bell, the iconic symbol of American independence followed by Independence Hall where where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. Did you know that Americans ...
... only pay back lip service to barefoot. You must pay attention to your rules for the fact they will get you into this money, no argument.
In order to always be successful, you has to understand that penny stocks move around very rapidly, extremely hot penny carries. They do make gains within minutes that has the potential to be in those hundreds of percent, or sometimes uniform more. Should a stock can one cent, a good sudden rush ...
... them as traitors to Britain, inspiring Ben Franklin to say "We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately".
In the afternoon we travelled to the Barnes Foundation Art Gallery. This is an incredible collection of impressionist, post impressions and is displayed in a very different manner. The collection was the personnel collection of Dr. Barnes and is arranged in this ...
... collapsed onto the floor.
I sourced us a croissant and some apple juice for breakfast and in no time at all, we were loading ourselves up on our train to Philadelphia. I was a little nervous getting on the train today, with it being the anniversary of 9/11 but aside from some extra security in the form of adorable sniffer dogs, the trip was uneventful.
We travelled through D.C, Baltimore Maryland, and Wilmington Delaware and into Philadelphia, ...