Rodeway Inn Springfield
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... Confederate POWs. Over 12,500 prisoners were housed there by August 1863. The first having arrived after the Battle of Kernstown in 1862.
The fort pentagon shaped and covers six acres with walls that vary in heights from seven to thirty feet and is surrounded by a mote. This fort was built using over 25 million bricks and solid granite ...
... that there is a right and wrong about these options that transcends her exercise of choice as a consumer. She does not exactly condemn those who believe otherwise, but she doesn’t understand why they do, either. And she certainly thinks the world would be a better place if more people evaluated their food choices as she does. She even proselytizes on occasion when she can.
In short, with regard to food, Jennifer falls within Immanuel ...
... up the road. When arriving, we soon realised it wasn't the type of concert we were expecting, it was a full on orchestra!!!! And for those of me who know what I am like, know that the only way I could have possibly enjoyed myself was by taking the Micky the entire concert! So all in all, it was a strange but cool night. FRIDAY JULY 4TH. In the morning I met two other girls, one from Canada and the other from Ireland. So all four of us decided we wanted to go and be ...
... As I believe everything happens for a reason, I took this as a lesson to gain patience and an opportunity to take time to absorb the past 3 weeks. I really did learn so much, take it so much, and realize so much. The people we met, the family we connected with, words cannot express how grateful I am to have experienced this adventure. I think above all else though, what I value most about this trip, was the time I got to spend with my brother. ...
... throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants thereof.”
Reading Terminal Market
This was a great way to wrap up our time in Philadelphia. Karen and I had a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich at the same place Barack Obama ate at. Kate and Liv bought cookies from the store in the picture. Liv found this shop online and was desperate to find it before we left.