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... to the hotel. It is so cold even the girls on the corner have called it a night.
Oh by the way, the lesson learnt is when in Philly don’t try on a shirt or test drive a car unless you are going to buy it.
If you have read this far – here is a quiz for those at home to have the chance to win a keyring!
What GR&TR song from 1970’s should be played at the NY Concert? It has not been played yet.
First to post correctly in the comments ...
... succumbed to tuberculosis at the age of 24. We got to walk through the house, up a set of crazily steep stairs, to the room where she lived 24/7, while Poe must have walked up and down those stairs a million times, to see to her needs. The house struck me as claustrophobic. The rooms were small, the stairs narrow, and the basement creepy (how could it be otherwise?).
After Virginia's death, Poe turned to alcohol to comfort his pain. He was not a drug ...
... Stroll further than Independence Mall and the Liberty Bell. And when you take the time to get to know this city, she really does love you back.
Philly is a city with great beer, great food, and great street art. The city’s mural project means that you don’t have to walk far through this east coast gem before stumbling onto another painted wall - and all for a good cause.
The biggest reason I love Philadelphia though, is that ...
So 1 PESO equals 0,076 dollars?? Or which is the same: with one dollar I can buy a bag of chips, a small Coke, a bus ticket and two Halls. That's it! We are going to Mexico!... Just do no underestimate the exchange rate! You might end up spending more than you budgeted!
Ok, we know that we can do more things there than here, that doesn't mean you will be able to swipe ...
... in a slotmachine... Creditcard? Never heard off... So it all went manual even with one of those oldfashion clippers to punch holes in the paper ticket, indicating the date and month. Funny. Funniest of all was the guy in charge of our carriage, he had a ty that was covered with little red and blue lights that were flickering. The ty itself was something from the Airforce.... And he wore this all with regards to a big airforce festival that was held in Atlantic City.