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... to the hotel. It is so cold even the girls on the corner have called it a night.
Oh by the way, the lesson learnt is when in Philly don’t try on a shirt or test drive a car unless you are going to buy it.
If you have read this far – here is a quiz for those at home to have the chance to win a keyring!
What GR&TR song from 1970’s should be played at the NY Concert? It has not been played yet.
First to post correctly in the comments ...
... visiting at least Venice and a few lesser known areas of Italy. I'm trying to avoid the touristy areas, the prices are to high and it's easy to get robbed. Maybe Munich too depending if I can learn enough German to be able to find the train station.
I don't leave until January 15th so expect at least weekly blog posts than. I think the whole idea of a blog is easier, ...
... West have super recreational centers that offer a pool for both kids and adults, rock climbing, showers (this is a huge benefit when on the road) and gym. Some also offer free wifi. They are clean and very family friendly and well priced.
6. The lesser-known parks can offer superior experiences to the well-known parks in peak months.
7. Campgrounds in the well-known National Parks are ...
... I really liked the Bourbon Aged Love Stout. We met a couple from Baltimore and talked some football with them for a while. Then Jared and I decided to play shuffleboard. I won of course.
Liz picked us up from Yards and we parked near Liberties where we would be going later to play quizzo. We walked around Northern Liberties for a little bit and decided to eat dinner at Gunners Run, which used to be Swift Half Pub and ...
... like job hunting, exercising and grocery shopping that pull me away from my TV set, I'm glad that I'm at least halfway caught up on Grey's Anatomy. Chile and Argentina ran the current season just five weeks or so behind the U.S.
I do not miss living out of my backpack. I was so over the constant packing and repacking.
The best part of being home is getting to see my dog every day. I missed him so much and can't get enough of ...