Sonesta ES Suites Malvern
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... Mahal were inseparable. She always at his side. After her passing Shah Jahan built the Taj Mahal in her memory.
It cost 32 million rupees ($68,000 US) to build the Taj Mahal. Construction was started in 1631. 22 years to build. 22,000 laborers (and 1000 elephants) to include stone masons, dome builders, stonecutters, inlayers, carvers and calligraphers. A true labor of love.
... a horse and buggy ride with an Amish gentleman but he didn't say anything apart from hello. The tour was advertised as an Amish experience but we didn't see or hear much at all. The brochure said we would have lunch at an Amish marketplace but there wasn't an Asmish person to be seen. It was just stalls selling normal tourist items. I was quite disappointed as we definitely didn't get a sense of how the Amish live.
It was a long day as we didn't get back to Robyns until 9.30pm.
... 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.
... Dianne... for your grace, patience, and understanding... Lastly, I thank God for the grace, mercy and provision which He pours out abundantly into our lives.
Enough for now...more to come...
Rest easy...see you tomorrow!!!
If you have no idea what this is all about, visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y45YVNxT ...
You probably found that I visited a lot during my first month here. But you know what? I'm not done yet!
Last Saturday, my host family brought me in Philadelphia for a day. It was quite amazing! Ok, I didn't visit the town a lot, but I saw the main attractions, I guess. Our first stop was in a snack place which became popular with the years: Tony Luke's. The food of this restaurant is named THE food of Philadelphia because you can't find it anywhere else. ...