Courtyard by Marriott Newark - University of Delaware
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... at Strasburg, a charming and fascinating place to visit. In one case, the name of one of their towns is likely to raise an eyebrow, even in liberal society; the town is called Intercourse. There was no time for Intercourse today, nor the other towns. Some of the other names are unusual too: Lititz, New Holland, and, a personal favourite: Bird in Hand. Still, we enjoyed people-watching, or ...
... impressive. Fit for a president to be sure.
After touring the home, we opted to stop by more of the outer buildings, including the slave’s quarters. Hungry for lunch, we decided to eat at the sit-down option as opposed to the food court. Mark, Cheryl and Josie enjoyed their peanut and chestnut soup; Mac had chicken tenders; Josie had a grilled cheese sandwich and Mark and Cheryl also enjoyed a turkey pot pye ...
... was a courtroom. The room on the other side is the exciting one. This was the room where the Declaration of Independence was signed. President Washington, John Hancock, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams and other famous Americans sat in this very room, passed around the most famous document in history and added their signatures. If you look at the big chair at the head of the room, you can see half a sun carved into the back, and it kept catching ...
... Kristen and some beer for later. Then Pete and Philip came right to the house from work. We decided just to order some cheese steaks and hang out for the night. It turned in to a party and we ended up having some more people come over. We had a great time just hanging out in Club Kathy and catching up with each other. It ended up being a late night, but we had a great time.
... if I can't get access to laundry facilities?"
In the end, I'll just trust my instincts. They usually serve me well, unless it comes to game shows or lottery winnings. The famous last words are "you have plenty of time yet" but gauging my upcoming workload, and organizing everything, I essentially have two months left to plan. 90 days until I leave - not that I'm keeping track.