Rodeway Inn Conference Center
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... about 7, and were through customs,
baggage claim, and in the care before 8am! Robert had to leave for work by 9,
and we JUST made it home in time to say hi and goodbye. I spent most of the day
on the couch, resting/napping/scratching. I will definitely say that a hot
shower felt great, and it was certainly nice to be able flush toilet paper once
I hope you have all enjoyed my journey! Until the next time,
adios! And happy and healthy ...
... br> This guy was local from the Ardmore area, and was a Rastafarian complete with dreadlocks and a toque, despite the 95+ degree weather. Naturally the ubiquitous Bob Marley was playing on his CD player, he turned it up very loud, asked me if the volume level was a problem, mun? I said no, I wanted this guy to be in his element, I was just hoping he wasn't going to spark up some ganga weed!
One of my many talents (besides dry heaving at ...
... against him... There are enough people out there who hate him already. The internet is rife with people who say the nastiest things about him. *sigh*
Okay, I'll get off of my hockey soapbox.
So, I arrived at the station in one piece and with enough time to catch my train, which left at 7:21. IN THE MORNING, OH MY GOD, I ALMOST DIED.
I spent most of the train ride looking over the pictures I had taken at the game and ...
... in some way. You could see a French Impressionist next to a medieval illumination and an African sculpture. I would show you a picture of this, but we were not allowed to take pictures, though.
A few years ago, the Foundation moved locations to within Philadelphia. The new building that housed the Barnes collections was beautiful! When we got there, we were given an ipod with pre-programmed information on ...
... claiming that they make the best Philly cheesesteak in town. As this an issue that divides many residents in the Philadelphia region, I had to try both for myself. I went to Pat's first and as soon as I took a bite of my steak, I was in heaven. It ended up being better than I expected and was wondering if it would be similar at Geno's. NOT SO. Whereas the cheesesteak at Pat's was full of flavor, the one I had at Geno's was lacking such quality. I could not ...