Rodeway Inn Center City
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... a fabulous place to visit. On our first day with our local tour guide Bill we walked the city streets and got the lay of the land. We saw the Liberty Bell , Independence hall, Penn’s Landing(Jersey is across the river from here and Campbell’s soup company is here) and wandered through the old historic district. We stopped by Reading City market for lunch at a well-known Deli where we had delicious hoagies. Bill left us to head home and we made arrangements to head out ...
This afternoon we drove into Philadelphia for a tour of Old Historic Philly on a Segway. Before the tour we toured by the Liberty Bell and had a Philly cheese steak and Hot dog with kraut. Walked through Liberty Plaza park on this beautiful sunny day. Mid 70s made the day wonderful. I took a few videos along the Segway tour and will add them soon. Tomorrow we will be driving to KY to spend the week with Ken, Dalene, Nathan and Kaylen. It will be a long drive so starting out ...
... in the case of compulsive packaged food consumption, that this laissez-faire judgment is wrong.
This brings us to another similarity between junk sex and junk food: People are furtive about both, and many feel guilty about their pursuit and indulgence of each. And those who consume large amounts of both are also typically self-deceptive, too: i.e., they underestimate just how much they do it and deny its ill effects on the rest of their lives. In sum, ...
... nice, and they ignore the fact that there is no such thing, and that imagining such a thing only adds violence, suffering and misery to society.
As much as political "liberals" want a giant mommy-state to protect and take care of everyone, political "conservatives" want a giant daddy-state doing the same thing. The results are slightly different, but the underlying delusion is the same; the desire for an all-powerful ...
Better to be early than late! Last time I was in the airport traveling to Puerto Rico I was stuck in an hour and a half line just to check my luggage. From the checkpoint to the gate was a scene straight out of Home Alone. I made it. This time I wasn't going to take any chances, which is why I've been sitting here, now for about an hour, with another two to ...