Travel Blogs from Cinnaminson
... it turned out the shitejib, as it came to be known, was the least of my worries.
I had them do a site inspection a few weeks ago, and when they where there they had liaised with the head nurse and determined an arrival time of 1000h to be ready for an 1100h start time, as it turned out we didn't start until after 1300h.
Despite having advised them of the need for synchronized time code in the 2 cameras they didn't start to work on that ...
... in our Duck, and then we drove into the Delaware River and took a cruise.
I really had a lot of fun on the tour, due in part to the fact that our tour guide was hilarious. He kept telling us duck jokes like this one:
What is a duck's favorite food?
On a more serious note though, he also gave us a lot of interesting information about various places in Philadelphia. For instance, there is a park in Philly called ...
... we were all on our way and began to berate us with questions
"What are you doing here?"
"Who's coming to get you?"
"When are they coming?"
"Well they're late so I guess they're not coming...time to move out"
As the sun had now risen and the city was coming to life I went to find the bus to my host's place while 3 cops surrounded one guy and proceeded to give him a ticket.
I'd been put in touch with Stacy, my Philly host, by my host in Boston and ...
... from college who know live in Philly, I decided to see where the city sports teams played and took the Broad Street Line SEPTA train to the end of the line in South Philly. The last thing I was expecting upon exiting the station was for rain to pour out of nowhere (the weather in Philly at this time of year is very strange, with hot, humid heat and unpredictable downpours). Thankfully, it did not last long and I was able to view the sports complex. I then made ...
... to visit the infamous Rocky steps outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art - a movie of which Gavin was a big fan. It was really quite funny seeing various people run up the steps in slow motion and pose like Rocky at the top. Of course, we followed the crowd and ensured we got the same snaps too! There was also a statue of Rocky III outside the Museum.