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... with both my pepper spray and pocket knife in hand (I really need to start leaving the pocket knife in my larger backpack when I'm out in the city). Unfortunately, the Liberty Bell is a very popular tourist attraction, so at first it was very hard to get a good picture of it.
Luckily for me, one of the kids visiting with his class threw up all over the floor in front of the bell. Everyone else cleared out, leaving me able to take pictures to my ...
... sits between the Ben Franklin Bridge and the road that leads to the I-95 entrance. I will make another sign depicting my direction South on 95. This is a very busy street and the officers from yesterday said it would be no problem if I stood there. Either way I'm leaving Philly. So the next time you all hear from me I will be in either Washington, D.C. or Richmond, VA.
Much Love & Blessings Toward All!
Emini futures markets typically growing in acclaim. Having actively interchanged them for across 7 years now, I have experienced their growth in person and I do trading not ever think I will ever want toward switch to trading anything else. Because of that, the answer which will the subtly phrased question in the title of this particular article has to be a little more a decisive "yes!" Yes, indeed, the emini futures are, in ...
We loved our first day in Philadelphia! We started our day off with a five minute walk to Rittenhouse Square. There was a small market there and lots of people and dogs to watch. We had a small breakfast at the Metropolitan Bakery and Cafe just off the square. The food was great! From there we walked to the Ben Franklin Institute. The highlights here were seeing Ben Franklin's lightning rod ...
... manager pours us some very nice Jim Beam Devil’s Cut 90. It was very good quiet night. We kept our word to have an early night and left at midnight....
It was freezing on the walk back, actually according to the Breakfast TV just now, it was below freezing. The lesson to remember is always wear a coat in Philly in winter.
Have I mentioned that it is cold.....?
BTW sofar 216 views of the blog, amazing, thanks for reading. Keep the comments ...