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Before I wrap things up, I should mention that this past Saturday, my cousin A.J. and I went on a road-trip to Philadelphia. It's a 100-mile, two-hour drive from New York City (depending on traffic), or an hour and a half on Amtrak; fares were $90 return. I wanted to take the train but A.J. didn't and since he arranged the tickets, I had no pull. This was my first trip back to Philly (besides the airport) in years. The city is a lot nicer than I remembered it. One of A.J.'s good friends is Mike Hampton, starting pitcher for the Atlanta Braves, who hasn't pitched in two and a half years. Naturally, A.J. wanted to be there to support his good buddy and I tagged along for the ride. I had met Mike only once at this year's Super Bowl (Go Giants!) and he was great. I was stoked when A.J. invited me because not only were we assured incredible seats, a trip to the locker room and dinner with the players (we went to Dave and Buster's), but I also got to add another baseball park to my list of those I've visited. I'm up to 15 out of 30. Citizens Bank Park is spectacular. Almost all the Philly fans donned red and white team shirts, which reminded me of the loyal St. Louis Cardinal fans, though Cardinal fans still take the cake. Our seats were right behind home plate but I took a stroll around the whole park to check it out from different angles and to see everything it had on offer. Man, there's lots to see, eat, drink and do. I tried an old Philly-style sandwich from Tony Luke's and a mango sorbet from the Philadelphia Water Ice Factory. If you are in the Philly area and the Phillies aren't in town -- don't worry! You can still take a tour of the ballpark (though I'm sure it's not going to be as good). Tours are offered year-round and during the season, on non-game days. For more information, click here.

Okay, that's it for this week. Next week, I'm not even sure where I will be but I do know that I'll be in the U.S. Stay tuned and happy travels.

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