Wingate By Wyndham Mt. Laurel/Philadelphia Area
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... against him... There are enough people out there who hate him already. The internet is rife with people who say the nastiest things about him. *sigh*
Okay, I'll get off of my hockey soapbox.
So, I arrived at the station in one piece and with enough time to catch my train, which left at 7:21. IN THE MORNING, OH MY GOD, I ALMOST DIED.
I spent most of the train ride looking over the pictures I had taken at the game and ...
... was not helped by the fact that there is a general lack of trust in all forms of business transaction with limited collaboration. For instance, guides telling us that we should not trust street hawkers or people from Delhi; or the intense competition between safari truck drivers looking for Tigers which was in sharp contrast to the great collaboration we saw in the Serengeti where drivers would share animal locations ...
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... throughout all the Land unto all the Inhabitants thereof.”
Reading Terminal Market
This was a great way to wrap up our time in Philadelphia. Karen and I had a Philly Cheese Steak sandwich at the same place Barack Obama ate at. Kate and Liv bought cookies from the store in the picture. Liv found this shop online and was desperate to find it before we left.
... think about how my team is coming in after PhillyRising has already begun, that there was a LOT of HARD work that had been put into this project when things were worse than they are now and already the results were beginning to show by the time we showed up. Maybe our physical work right now won’t last, but there are a lot of seeds being planted all over the city that will finally take over when a common effort is pulled together. Does that sound too idealistic? ...