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- Free High-Speed Internet
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We didn't have a lot of time to do much today as our next train heading to Washington D.C. was at 2:10 pm. I really wanted to go to the Mütter Museum, which is a museum of anatomy mostly - real bodies and 'parts' etc. Mum and dad weren't keen on it, so they stayed around the hotel and shopped, meeting us later at the train station with our luggage. Ryan wasn't keen on it either, but dutifully tagged along telling ...
... first one we entered started chatting to the clerk. He gave us a list of places to visit, including his favourite Philly Cheesesteak House, Jims. He gave us directions and everything. As he told us about Jims Steaks another customer came in and heard us, so chimed in saying he'd just been there and it was amazing. We were sold! Dinner plans sorted!
Hayley managed to get her Philadelphia Christmas Decoration, and in the second store the girl told her where to get a ...
... it was attended by a number of leaders of the Revolution, including George Washington and Ben Franklin. It is quite beautiful inside and, with its box pews, reminded John and I of Bruton Parish Church in Colonial Williamsburg.
Later we boarded the ...
... of the most successful secular moral movements in the West; whereas macrobiotics for its part, though less successful as a mass movement by name, has witnessed the vindication of some of its core ideas and stands as a kind of synergistic brother in arms.
To be sure, macrobiotics and vegetarianism/veganism have their doctrinal differences. Macrobiotics limits animal flesh not out of moral indignation, but for reasons of health and Eastern ideas of proper ...
... freedom of the people by gradual and silent encroachments of those in power than by violent and sudden usurpations. - James Madison
Each activity and each need of the individual will thereby be regulated by the party as the representative of the general good. There will be no license, no free space, in which the individual belongs to himself. This is Socialism--not such trifles as the private possession of the means of ...