Country Inn Millville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The happiest creatures here were the birds and Stephen and I spent some time watching their breakfasting antics. Seafood was definitely on the menu! The seagulls-which are twice the size of Aussie seagulls- would get a clam from the ocean, fly up with it and then drop it from a height, before descending directly down like a parachute ...
... knowing if you will ever see your car again].
The Freedom Hall Visitors center is well layed out and "air conditioned." We got tickets for the late morning tour [no charge] and watched one of the movies while we were waiting for our time. The tour was excellent discussing the revolution, the continental congress, the process leading to the declaration of Independence, the ...
... of the island and the acropolis. The acropolis was really close to our hotel, just up a huge hill. It was about a 20 minute walk. One thing I’ve learned is everything is a 15-20 minute walk here. They held at lot of sporting events at this particular acropolis (mostly running) and you can still see the track and stadium. After climbing some steps, you can see what is left of the temple. Now, there are only three and a half pillars left. Originally, it was 6 wide and 11 deep. It ...
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Back in the library, the space looks so much better than it did back when we made the documentary in April. I am tempted to create a new video so you can all see the “final product” of our work at Walmer High School. In our last week there, we got a photocopier donated and a brand new whiteboard for classes next school year. It looks wonderful now, and with over 3,500 books in stock, I can’t even begin ...
... Donnie for our 15th anniversary, it became clear that he wasn't going to be driving a Formula 1 car. I think this was more disappointing to me than to him. Registration claimed there was only a waist and height restriction, which Donnie was well under. The problem arose when the people who ran the driving school saw how broad Donnie's shoulders are. His shoulders simply wouldn't fit in the car.