Inn of the Dove
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... if I’m not a med student so I have to pull the old “I was pre-med in university” line.
Some of the stuff is pretty gross, and the fetuses in jars get me quite sad. Some of them show the stages of development… some just poor kids who didn’t develop properly (without a brain, head, various body parts outside the body etc). An exhibit that I do like is one where they’ve taken the Grimm fairy ...
... equals, with equal rights and liberties. And despite their polarising diversity, it is this common belief of ‘freedom’ that seems to unite Americans toward this attitude of patriotism they are so infamous for.
Biggest Surprise: The Liberty Bell is quite small.
Biggest Disappointment: Kellianne and her housemates were all Vegans. Meh.
This is America: Before entering the State House, we were given a stern ...
... a good way to see the main sites then decide which I wanted to spend a bit more time at tomorrow. So that's what I've done so far today! The open top bus ride was really good and the tour guide was really funny. He had enough facts to make it interesting and throw in some bizarre facts to make it funny. I was going to get off the bus and see some of the sites I wanted straight away but my camera battery was low and to be honest mine was too. So i came back to the hostel ...
Right off the bat I'd like to say that I recommend Philadelphia to you all, it's such a great city, really friendly, feels safe and lots of FREE things to see.
We arrived on Thursday after braving the 4 hour Greyhound bus trip from DC. Not quite sure what people's issue is with the Greyhound but I thought it was fine, it's rough and ready like any long distance coach trip but not sketchy like I've been told. And as a bonus I slept much of the way ...
June 29th to July 14th 2008 - Cherry Hill with a Villanova Camp in between After a hectic time at the wedding and shooting up and down the east coast, it was nice to get back to Cherry Hill and relax for a few days. The week was spent running a few errands, most notably getting ourselves a brand spanking new laptop which was very exciting (although that actual purchasing of the laptop was one of the most frustrating ...