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... were polished off the attention turned to the fact there were 3 of us guys and 3 girls. Butch revealed she had a bf skewing the ratios. Fortunately I told the boys already I was after Wanda so it was up to them to fight over the hot Spanish looking girl Laura. Things soon played out and I spent the night with Wanda while Leo the German unfortunately bagged Laura before ed managed to. All hammered by the end of the ...
... my pepper spray has not left my side.
But to start back at the beginning...
I caught the shuttle from my hotel to the train station in Pittsburgh. The shuttle driver was very friendly, but she certainly had a lot to say about the Pens game. She is apparently not a fan of either Dan Bylsma, the coach, or Sidney Crosby. I do have to somewhat agree with her on the coach--he really needed to give them a rousing speech or a talking-to ...
The rest of the week was spent observing more elements of the PENN trauma centre. Everyone has been so helpful, going out of their way to get me to see exactly what I wanted. I spent some more time on the trauma ward, weekly multi-disciplinary team meetings as well as the trauma outpatient clinic. The latter was especially interesting to me as NUH would like to initiate a trauma follow up clinic. The nurse practitioners normally organised the patients follow ...
... States history right in front of my very own eyes, crack and all. I then participated in a guided tour of Independence Hall to see where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were both written and debated by the Second Continental Congress.
After getting to try a hoagie for the first time during lunch at the Reading Terminal Market, I visited the National Constitution Center where I view a variety of exhibits having to ...
... into it. The place filled up around 5 as everyone knocked off for the weekend. Some drunk guy started singing Proud Mary really loudly, so that was my cue to leave.
Philadelphia seems pretty nice. It's like a grittier version of Washington. Still has the row houses and historical buildings everywhere, but it also has hipsters who smoke old fashioned tobacco pipes and seedy dive bars.
Tomorrow I finally make it to New York City. So excited.