Red Carpet Inn Williamstown
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... Still less does it appear to have occurred to people that dietary schools could be untethered from a larger metaphysical and moral worldview. Observant Jews and Muslims, among others, have had strict dietary laws from their faiths’ inception; but that is just it — their laws told believers what to do with food when they got it, rather than inviting them to dwell on food as a thing in itself. Like the Adventists, who speak of their vegetarianism as ...
... William Penn, who surveys the city from 500ft vantage point.
On the second morning, despite the stifling heat, we took the half hour walk uptown to the famous "Rocky Steps" which are outside the Philadelphia Art Museum. It's hilarious to see everyone who approaches the steps running up them at full speed, and doing the traditional Rocky celebration with hands aloft. We did go inside the museum which was a bit of a waste of time since I ...
... in its rich culture.
So while I grew up in MD, it's my travels abroad where I have and will continue to grow. With this trip to Guatemala, I hope to keep growing as a cultured participant instead of an ignorant outsider. I want to become aware of how our Central American neighbors live.
Traveling is a rather selfish thing to do because the traveller is the one who benefits from the experience. My hope on this trip is to impact ...
... favorite moment from the movie.
John Adams: I won't be in the history books anyway, only you. Franklin did this and Franklin did that and Franklin did some other damn thing. Franklin smote the ground and out sprang George Washington fully grown and on his horse. Franklin then electrified him with his miraculous lightning rod and the three of them, Franklin, Washington and the horse conducted the entire revolution by themselves.
Ben Franklin: I like it. ...
... going through a serving line, each group is brought in and seated at a table where they are waited on by a server. The server brings them their main course and dessert if they want it, as well as makes sure water and juice jugs are filled at the table and brings "take -out" bags if wanted. It's a pretty cool system. The tables rotate pretty quickly still, but there's also a bit of time to chat with people, if they feel like talking.
And we did ...