Red Carpet Inn Berlin
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... chicken, brisket, polish sausage and so many other things. The problem was we were going back to Bills for a home cooked meal so we were conscious not to eat too much as we knew we wouldn’t fit in dinner.
We headed back to Bill and Barbs place for a wonderful dinner of Chicken done on the grill outside in the winter rain and peach and blueberry cobbler for dessert . We got to meet Barbs 94 year old father and Bill’s sister. It was fantastic to be able ...
... from the knowledge, skills and efforts of other people, it means that one person has the right to force another person to build him a house. This is exactly what happens in a larger context, when "liberals" advocate that some people be forcibly robbed via "taxation" in order to provide "benefits" for others. The notion that people, by virtue of their mere existence, are entitled to all sorts of things - things which come into being ...
... 8211; Spending a week doing yoga and meditating at the Yoga retreat was a highlight for Terrie
We use the globally accepted Lucca cuteness scale, where 1.0 represents an animal that is as cute as the Golden Retriever shown who by coincidence has a butler (Pete) that works closely with Terrie on economics projects:
1. Vervet Monkeys 0.8 (John) 0.9 (Terrie) - we must ...
... Asia since the third millennium BCE. I even got to see some exhibits featuring items courtesy of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania itself.
Following my visit to this museum, I headed back to South Philly to have cheesesteak at not only one, but two joints: Pat's King of Steaks and Geno's Steaks. Located directly across the street from each other, these two are fierce, longtime rivals who have competed against each other for almost fifty years, ...
... and a business man approached him. The man ended his call on his phone, shook the soldier's hand and patted him on the soldier and said "Keep up the good work sir" then walked off. This came as a strange experience to me as that would never happen in England and it really proves how much respect everyone has for their soldiers.