Wellesley Inn & Suites Carneys Point
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... close after lunch and then open again later for dinner.eventually we were successful.
Then it was back to.the hotel to freshen up and rest before walking down the street to a great tavern for dinner.
We enjoyed our short stay in Philly and it was good to see a small part of the city where Ian had stayed as en exchange student.
... for the first time in weeks. The American Liberty Bell center was only a few hundred meters from our hostel so we started the day with what is probably the most significant bell in American history. The bronze bell’s inscription reads: 'Proclaim liberty through all the land, to all the inhabitants thereof’. It was tolled on important occasions, most notably the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence. It became badly cracked during the ...
· Nutritional fibre, this contributes to making the body feel fuller longer. It can also contribute to helping to prevent constipation, that is caused by lack of fibre. Consuming taters with the pores and skin on recieve more fibre compared to taking in potatoes without the epidermis. However it is to ensure that potato skins are not discoloured or even marked before intake, as it can cause ill health within ...
... after a little bit of 'ice', the children were happily playing downball, and dragging each other around on a wagon, and, as boys will do, devising more 'efficient' ways of dragging each other around on a wagon!
It has been a thankfully relaxing and thoroughly enjoyable day, and we are all looking forward to a good night's sleep, and waking up hopefully with our bodies in the right time zone! Off to the Nations Capital ...
... States, again, I feel like our airship is a time machine returning us to a land where there were no castles, palaces or basilicas in 1500, no great artists like Michelangelo Buonarrotti or poets like Dante, at least of which we know. There might well have been Native American equivalents who have not been discovered.
I hope you have enjoyed traveling with me. This blog was written especially for Matthew, Devin, Henry and Lia to consult when you make your trip ...