Residence Inn Philadelphia Valley Forge
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... remarked that it didn't really make a difference overall, and I really had to stave off the completely inappropriate joke about what the right person can do with six inches...
Yeah, no, there were children aboard.
The tour ended pretty soon after that, and I even got a quack-er to go. It was awesome. XD
Since the drop off was right across the street from the Liberty Bell, I decided to go see that first. As I was walking, I almost passed by ...
... in a previous post I've received anything from honks, beeps, waves, but not one person pulled over. This did not discourage me even though I would wait on average a few hours at a time. Around 4pm yesterday, I'm waiting and listening to Matisyahu Live like a Warrior song, when the police pull up. Actually it was the Delaware River Port Authority. They informed me that for my own safety I could not stand on the large ...
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To provide you an example, one point in ES, some S&P 500 e-mini futures, ...
... before I attempted to make up my salad deficit in one-sitting (pay by weight, oops) We then realized that we'd probably spent our intellect on the European art room as me and Char spent the next hour running around the gothic section and laughing at 'Ugly Renaissance Babies' - a nightmare about them woke me up this morning. haha.
We took a quick turn around Kelley Drive to admire the River Schuylkill (skookle) and the boathouses just upstream ...
This was a short driving day today. It was only about 2 hours from where we stopped on Thursday evening to Sheila's brother's house outside of Philadelphia. On the way, we did a little shopping at the King of Prussia Mall, which claims to be the largest amount of retail space of any mall in America.
After arriving at their house, Sheila's brother and sister-in-law, Jim and Anne, took us to Valley ...