Courtyard by Marriott Wilmington Brandywine
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... new Mini "countryman" models. Kind of like a maxi-mini. Nice size. Fancy.
We had lunch, at Buffalo wild wings, my first time there… ever. Review: if you want buffalo wings and variations on buffalo wings they do a very good job. If you want something that’s not friend chicken coated in a variety of sauces, look elsewhere.
So the car was good to go except new tires. However, the car took too long to get serviced and we missed out on ...
... sounded for 3 to 5 minutes then we should tune our radio to the posted station to obtain more information. We then noticed utility poles, every few miles, that housed several large speakers. Then my wife noticed a hug smoke stack out in the Delaware River. I jokingly said to my wife that “maybe it's a nuclear power plant.” There was one point where we were able to get a clear view of this plant so we decided to stop and snap ...
... some training and a walking tour of central Philly. Not the greatest idea, as it was a really long walk and hot out AND we were wearing our formals - a.k.a black blanket-like pants and black steel toed boots! Nabbed a refreshing coffee chiller when I spotted a Starbucks after that one. We did visit the Philly Museum of Art, where THE famous workout scene from Rocky was filmed! A statue and his footprints are on the steps. The rest of the week was spent in ...
... IF one could ever drive 95 in traffic that kept moving. As it was, we got home in only 35 minutes longer than the bare possible minimum which, since we were driving on a Sunday evening in the end of weekend traffic, and since we started from Delaware with both Baltimore AND Washington, DC, between us and home, is nothing short of a miracle.
Consider this the end of the summer travels; tomorrow it's back to work!
... one of the largest urban parks in the United States. We rode our bikes to the north first for about 3 miles along the Schuylkill River. There was a rowing competition going on, so that was an added bonus. Then we stopped back by the car, which was parked free and seemed to be safe so we packed our bacpack and off we went. The first stop was the Musuem of Art steps as seem in the Rocky movie, so of course we had to run up all the steps. ...
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