Sheraton Great Valley Hotel
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... to football matches in the UK. There weren't as many women as at the Philadelphia Union MLS game but I think the crowds at MLS games are quite progressive. At the die hard supporters end of the MLS game they were flying an LGBT flag. Yelena Isinbayeva would not be happy.
Anyways, I'm going to write a strongly worded letter to the Eagles management for 2 reasons.
... it taken care of.
We made camp in Amish country, in fact, right next to an Amish farm. It was a beautiful area and had some interesting features, like a goat that was chained to a fence 24/7 (we made sure someone was giving him food and water) and a cat that tried to adopt us and kept trying to jump into our tent trailer every time we opened the door.
There was a farm road between the campground and the farm, where we would take walks and look at the ...