Country Inn & Suites Newark

Address: 1024 Old Churchmans Road, Newark, Delaware, 19713, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1024 Old Churchmans Road, Newark, is near Delaware Theatre Company, Amstel House, and Delaware Toy & Miniature Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Newark

    Goodbye America! See you in 17 days!

    A travel blog entry by meganvala on Jul 24, 2015

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    The journey begins... For the next 17 days, we are going to experience some of the best places Western Europe has to offer. Enjoy the ride: Brussels, Belgium Antwerp, Belgium Amsterdam, Netherlands Paris, France Munich, Germany Innsbruck, Austria Liechtenstein Zurich, Switzerland Lucerne, Switzerland Wengen, Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland St Tropez, France Nice, France Monaco Venice, Italy ...

    Mount Vernon

    A travel blog entry by 4memorieswego on Mar 18, 2015

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    ... more impressive than Monticello, no offense Thomas Jefferson. It was clear that Washington was a rich man and plantation owner. The grounds are massive, well-organized and structured, tasteful in decoration. Jefferson’s home was more personal, but too much so: it seemed to be to his tastes, regardless of others. Washington’s home was homey and comfortable. Certainly the views, as his manse overlooked the broad Potomac ...

    A Bit of Past and a Bit of Present.

    A travel blog entry by avalonakasha on Dec 30, 2011

    ... to see. I was excited.

    First we were taken into the 'West Wing’, a room with lots of seats where we listened to a guy talking about history. He talked about the Boston Tea Party, among other things, and finally took us outside and into the main building. As you enter, there is an entrance hall with a room on each side. We went right first and saw lots of round tables with green table cloths and feather quills resting in ink ...


    A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Jul 28, 2011

    Thursday, July 28th Glenolden

    We got home to my parent's house about 3pm and were greeted by Shannon at the door. I had spoken to my siblings earlier and we had already decided that we would all have dinner together tonight. Mom and Dad were down the shore for the weekend so it was just us kids. After hanging out at the house for a little bit with Shannon I went to ...

    One Ticket to Paradise

    A travel blog entry by clauderbaugh on Feb 07, 2011

    ... camping, and taking most of my supplies, it would be the most economical way to go, factoring in gas of course. But the amount of time and money I've invested even so far on research and supplies is sickening. Sixteen days of self-sufficient living is just another part of the adventure from my perspective but I'm finding it's leading me to second guess things like "should I double my reserve gas?" ...