SpringHill Suites Philadelphia Willow Grove
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Well here we are in East Rutherford just a stones throw from the Metlife Stadium. We got in from Washington by train yesterday afternoon, and Brendan led us via two local trains and a brief cab trip to our accommodation. He has done a great job in getting us around, especially on the local train system. Roni has been good too.
I thought that I would do a brief note since we had taken a few pics today.
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... medium-rare between the middle and front, and also the medium well between the middle and also the back. In certain scenarios you are going to need to adjust this slightly depending on the size and shape of your meal, a big, heavy rump may need to get forced a bit farther up the grill to prepare properly, while a thin and level porterhouse might be best held only a little closer to the front to avert overcooking. Your meal placement should come down mostly to ...
... br> We stood in line. We missed the flight to Boston. We stood in line some more. Jason's phone died because I stupidly packed his charger in the checked luggage. We stood in line. We met people from all over the country and talked about ways the airline could be improved. And still we stood in line.
The news was not good. A possibility of flying standby on Saturday night. We were informed that we ...
... dug in there for the winter, where they could keep an eye on the British and also try to prevent them from moving farther west. The British generals thought about attacking Valley Forge but thought better of it, once they saw the fortifications. They had tried attacking such a camp before (Bunker Hill), but that didn't work out so well for them.
We got a chance to see reproductions of huts similar to those the troops built and lived in, as well as some ...