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... food are joined at the root. The fact that Fielding’s scene would go on to inspire an equally iconic movie segment over 200 years later, in the Tom Jones film from 1963, just clinches the point.
What happens when, for the first time in history, adult human beings are free to have all the sex and food they want?
Philosophers and artists aside, ordinary language itself verifies how similarly the two appetites are experienced, with many of the ...
... but the rest of us were heading to a cruise at 11:30: the Spirit of Philadelphia. When I planned this I was quite skeptical. These boat cruises either rock or are super duper lame. I was praying it wouldn't be the latter. We boarded the boat and were immediately greeted by the staff who knew us by name. We were promptly delivered bloody mary's to keep us quiet before the boat departed. Once it did, we were asked by our cruise director, Matt, to go and introduce ourselves to ...
... if to stay another night in Philly. Last minute as we were getting on the train back to Ramsey I switched decisions and decided to stay in Philly. Emma sorted me out with letting me keep her bike in the back of one of their flights centres. As a result of my connection with the CEO of flight centre North America, I was treated like a VIP by all the employees there. Was great! They were so friendly ...
... flight to Venice.
It was a smooth, albeit LONG, flight and neither of us could get comfortable enough to sleep. We tried our best, but landed in Venice at 8:30 am - already exhausted! Looking through my backpack, I discovered I had left my money-belt at home! 1500 Euros sitting at the house! We figured we'd hit the ATM after getting our luggage...but first, we had to get off the plane!
... Other oddities : post-mortem cast of the original Siamese twins Cheng & Eng is here and sliced sections of Einstein's brain ( kept in its preservation jar in a Kansas closet for decades !) After coffee and an ubiquitous blueberry muffin a long walk to Fairmount Park ( lovely) and on to the nearby Victorian era Eastern State Penitentiary. I did the tour and then stayed on for hours after - the Polaroid ran out of film (me forgot to load) but I nearly melted the ...