Best Western Smyrna Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... on the flight, but it broke and was delayed two days. We woke up today, and it broke again, so we decided to get on a C-17 to Rota, Spain ad. Try our luck there. I might not go up to Germany, as Oktoberfest is over by October 5th. I think I might just spend time in the Mediterranean ...
... in the coming week. After a relaxing Sunday afternoon making soup and chatting, we head back to our campsite to discover the marauders have left.
More on the campground... The RV park we originally planned to stay at in support of this visit to Kelsey and Chris was completely booked up by the time we tried to make the reservation. Therefore, we chose an alternative campsite about 10 miles further away in the rolling farm countryside of New ...
... agricultural, the corn and soybean crops going mostly to chicken feed in one of the country’s biggest poultry producing areas. I was excited to see a toll expressway has been completed most of the way south through Delaware since the last time I was in the area in 2005. It used to be stop and go traffic all the way on U.S. 13, especially during beach season.
I always passed by Dover and never gave much thought to stopping there, ...
... from the hard, industrial streets of DC into a European village with leafy streets, flower boxes, uneven undulating cobble stones and a locked canal! I'm transported to Holland, Brussels or Germany! The tone of the people is subdued and soft! I sat in a restaurant for I lunch and heard only my tables conversations! Very un American! I have dressed like I'm in Europe and love it! Shirts, sweaters, hats, scarves it's all so romantic! I clutch an umbrella, all ...
6. Swedish people love to have photoshoots everywhere they go. The beach, hotel, restaurants, you name it.
7. Time change sucks. Every time I would be eating dinner, everyone at home was eating lunch. When I would be waking up, they were just going to bed.
8. They actually observe the Sabbath. Which is nice, but not when Sunday was my only day off and all I wanted to do was shop.
9. No one is in a rush. It ...