Days Inn Berlin
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... area which was fantastic. We stopped by local pottery shops, Amish handicraft stores and went to a Dutch smorgasbord for lunch which had a lot of local Amish and Dutch inspired dishes. The restaurant was enormous and there were 46 different dishes as well as about 10 different pies(sweet) and then desserts and drinks, all for the budget price of $13. It was insane. You could get made to order dishes as well as specialties such as tender beef, pulled pork, sauerkraut, pickled ...
... of reality and create an always safe, always predictable world. And when the mythological savior not only fails to fix the world but makes everything far worse (as happened with the collectivist regimes of the Soviet Union, Cuba, China, and many others), the "liberal" still refuses to let go of his blind faith in the omniscient, omnipotent god called "government."
If, for example, someone has a "right" to housing, and housing ...
... waterfalls and getting absolutely soaked at the same time.
5. Walking in the Himalayas – be it running across avalanche chutes or just reveling at the large number of snow-capped glaciers in the Annapurna ranges it was all a great experience.
6. Chilling at the Golden Temple in Amritsar – joining the throngs of people who were making the pilgrimage to this Sikh temple.
7. Relaxing at ...
... in New York for the second time this summer from July 30 until August 3rd. I then made my way back to Chester Springs.
Today, I went back into town and took my belongings with me to store them at 30th Street Station so I would not have to made the long commute back to the suburbs. This time, I visited the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which features a variety of exhibits showcasing the achievements of the Western world since the first century CE and ...
It took us 8 hours to get to Philadelphia but to our astonishment, the immigration line was no longer than 5 people which was tiny compared to Atlanta.
We got through immigration within minutes but had to wait 4 hours for our next flight and one of the clearest memories I have was when I saw a soldier walking through wearing ...