Cornerstone Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Pets allowed
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... with "Old Bay" seasoning. It was good. Kinda salty/sweet. It was fun walking along the streets because they were blocked off for a "Dining Under the Stars" event. Hundreds of people were sitting at the tables set up in the street talking, drinking and eating. But as we were walking back to the van from dinner, the power went out on the other side of the street (both sides now out). Many people waiting for food would never get it. In fact, an alarm that sounded like ...
... on the top of the wall to try and keep home run balls inside the complex -there were times when balls were known to come back over the wall full on contraband!
We also took a couple of guided tours too -one of the kitchen area, and another of the solitary confinement cells. Both are areas not generally open to the public, so you can see them with a guide. It’s was interesting to see the history of the place, and ...
Drove 66 miles in a little over an hour.
After a brief stroll along the boardwalk and a look at the beach we jumped in the car for the short drive to Phili.
Our hotel was in the historic district so we spent the afternoon wandering around admiring the amazing architecture and headed downtown. We had a bite to eat and ducked into ...
... La Ristorante La Buca that night for excellent Italian food. The next night it was Sbraga, owned by a 2009 Top Chef winner, for more continental cuisine. Lucky us!
The next day, our hunt began, not Charlie D., but rather for Charlie D.'s father. Like his son, he was also named Charles Di Pasquale, so I will call him Charlie D. Senior. Actually,father and son were both named Celistino, I believe, but it is sometimes hard to pin down names. ...
... as he had a gun) emerged from the building. I decided that I should probably ask about the line. Across the street I walk, up the steps to the guard. I asked if I need to wait in line, he quickly replied "Everybody waits in line", I explained I had a 9:30 appointment, he looked at his watch and said "You're early, everybody waits in line". I figured I should follow his advice and go wait in line. It was nearing 8:00 am. It felt about ...