Best Western Smyrna Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... on the chilly temps, it wasn't surprising I appeared to be the only one hiking at the park today although there were plenty of frozen shoe/boot prints in what was left of the snow. .....or should I say "ice". The trail was a bit tough to hike due to all the uneven ice. Previous hikers had left prints in the melting snow which refroze into a mess ...
Our first morning at the campsite finds us highly motivated (more on this later) to head out early to the nearby town of Woodstown for breakfast. The main street is festooned with Halloween-Themed Scarecrows. One announces that the Woodstown Diner has the best Pumpkin Pancakes. We decide to test this claim and are delighted by the ambience while Casey enjoys her massive and yummy pancake. Our daughter Kelsey and her husband Chris drive down from Philly ...
G&R was a nice campground in the woods. This campground was only about 20 minutes from Dover. This made for a good home base while we looked for a place to live. God found us a great place on Dover Air Force Base housing. A very nice two bedroom two story four-plex. Our house would not be available for about three weeks so after four day at G&R we moved over to the Delaware Seashore State Park and would stay there for two weeks. ...
... a wee bit spicy but good. Ollie's is located in the oldest hotel in DC so a bit of history.
On to the white house you can't get too close there are secret service guys all over the North side and police. We walked around to front lawn to get a new view and picture we were there only a few minutes and the police pushed us back along way at least 200 yards from where we were, they wouldn't say why we only ...
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 ...