Valley Forge Casino
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... on in the week, Philly was hosting a bunch of events for the week prior - I couldn't have chosen a better time to come here! Wednesday, again me and the two girls decided we would go out together, which I was more than happy about! So we went to a place called "the magic gardens", this is basically a house and a large garden, which an artist by the name of Isaiah Zagar decided he wanted to turn into a massive project, it is full of mosaics and trash, that he has ...
... Here, too, I was able to give encouragement to the leaders of the United Church of God and hope for its continuance in the British Isles. I truly believe that the best days of the Church are ahead as new leaders come to lead and as God calls more people to Jesus Christ and His Kingdom.
Truly a great journey......may God bless the Schroeder family and all of us.
Grace and Peace....
... before I attempted to make up my salad deficit in one-sitting (pay by weight, oops) We then realized that we'd probably spent our intellect on the European art room as me and Char spent the next hour running around the gothic section and laughing at 'Ugly Renaissance Babies' - a nightmare about them woke me up this morning. haha.
We took a quick turn around Kelley Drive to admire the River Schuylkill (skookle) and the boathouses just upstream ...
... to the bathroom with plenty of legroom that I payed eighty dollars for. To make matters worse there’s a strange box bolted to the floor under the seat in front blocking any slight chance I had at comfort. This entire situation put me in a terrible mood because I realized I was swindled by a hippy and the next eight hours were going to be miserable. Then everybody got screwed.
An announcement came on informing us that ...
Weds 23rd May.
Got up at 8.30, had breakfast then walked into the city centre. It only took us three quarters of an hour walking along ever changing rows of houses that went from workers style to more up market the closer we got to the centre. After getting tickets for Independence House and a map from the visitor centre, we set off on a walk of the recommended sights. First stop was Franklin Court where Benjamin Franklin's house used to be before they ...