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... winter in Europe, that their growing season is three weeks early and that the tulips in her Basel garden have already peaked. I become more discouraged.
The good news is that the BA agent finds us two seats on a direct flight to Brussels leaving at about the same time our flight would have left and arriving at 8:00 AM, about 6 hours earlier than our connecting flight; the bad news is that the seats are economy class on USAir. (We have not had ...
After our cracking pace the past few days, today served as a bit of a 'go slow' day. We all desperately needed a sleep in, so that's what we did. No alarms, no agendas. In fact, we only just made it down to the breakfast area before the 'cut off', not that I think the cook down there would have minded...he seems to be in for a chat most of the time!
More blog catch up and washing while we had a bit of a 'chill' in our rooms. Then ...
... to with others we've had over the years). Again, though, maybe this is the real thing and what we've had elsewhere weren't the real deal. The steak was sliced very thinly and was very tender and tasty. We then hit the road for The Big Apple. We had a few false starts getting on the right roads over to the New Jersey Turnpike but eventually got there and made our way north. We encountered some rain and slow traffic in frequent construction zones (it seemed they were ...
... guarded by greatly detailed beasts: A native Indian Chief, guarded by two bison; a nude squaw guarded by two elk; a trapper guarded by a bear and a bull; and a nude woman, possibly the trappers wife, guarded by two moose.
We hadn't noticed at first but in the grass on the far side of the monument was a flock of about thirty geese.
After admiring the monument, we crossed the crosswalk on Kelly Dr to the Rocky Balboa statue. ...
... Afterwards we got back in the minibus and headed to buy a Philly steak, probably the most famous thing about Philadelphia these days!
Ok so for those not into American delicacies, a Philly steak is melted cheese on pieces of hot steak served in a baguette roll. There has been developments in the making of Philly steaks over the years which has ended in 2 main steak houses in Philadelphia serving the steaks. There was Pat's Steaks ...