SpringHill Suites Philadelphia Plymouth Meeting
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Good morning America!
I'm happy to be alive today. Also I am grateful for all of you who have chosen to follow along as I go across this great vast country. It is your support, love, and kindness that fuels the generosity within my heart as well. So much so I was thinking of making a video depicting the homeless tragedy that has struck this city down. But first I have to thank a special friend of mine.
... to get one more souvenir. During the evening and night yesterday it had started to rain, but stepping outside it was hot and damp again, with the same threatening clouds as yesterday. I guess some more rain is to come out soon. Once we reach the hotel again we request a cab and 20mins later we're back at Philadelphia Airport, our 3rd time here. We're here well in advance (about 4 hours) so we take our time looking around. During that time the rain started pouring down ...
... resist a drag of nicotine and lit up a cigarette. Take the advice known by many that I unfortunately learned first hand, never fly US Airways.
So far things have been pretty awful, but I’m still in good spirits. Also, not sitting next to the stinky hippy turned out not so bad because the lady now sitting next to me is very nice. I’m going to attempt to get sleep at thirty thousand feet.
... Then we had just enough time to hit the Vino Volo wine bar for a quick glass of Spanish Tempranillo (Janet had a New Zealand Savignon Blanc) and a chicken salad before our flight to Brussels. We boarded our 767 and settled in for the 7 hour flight across the Atlantic and some sleep.