Travelodge Philadelphia Runnemede
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... boy loves his breads! After Desmond played for a bit and took a nap it was about lunch time. We hopped in the car (thanks, Jeff!) and drove around in search of food. Bryan asked me what I was in the mood for. Not wanting to be difficult, I chose something simple. "I'd love just some chicken and rice." "Teriyaki?" "Or BBQ, whatever. Just chicken and rice." "I don't think that's a thing here." "How about chicken and noodles?" ...
If it is true that food is the new sex, however, where does that leave sex? This brings us to the paradox already hinted at. As the consumption of food not only literally but also figuratively has become progressively more discriminate and thoughtful, at least in theory (if rather obviously not always in practice), the consumption of sex in various forms appears to have become the opposite for a great many people: i.e., progressively more ...
... made our way down at a much slower pace.
We were then dropped off at Reading Terminal Market and were given some free time until our hotel was ready. Our Amish experience continued as there was a Pennsylvania Dutch festival going on and their members brought along animals to pet and food products to sample. They were also running buggy rides and children's rides in a train with carriages made out ...
... all be so different. The thirteen states
could very well be thirteen different countries.
A visit to rest of the Historic Park, a World Heritage Site, with the Independence
Hall as the centrepiece was highly educational. We saw the world-famous
(cracked!) Liberty Bell and learned more than we ever wanted to know about
But we did all that last time. So, on this ...
... a Kiwi steak and cheese pie. Similarly it seemed to work when it sounds like it shouldn't. At the hostel (which is very nice) they had a movie night with free beer. We watched the Great Gatsby which I was vocal for as it was the only one of the choices I hadn't seen. I would've switched it off after twenty minutes, but in a hostel when you're commited you're commited! I found it very faithful to the book (which I didn't rate either), and unintentionally hilarious in ...