Courtyard by Marriott Newark - University of Delaware
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Last day in NY! I had my first fried Oreo experience today - I've literally been missing out my entire life. It was the best fried food I've ever had. We went on a tour of the radio city music hall and met a Rockette. It was pretty cool to see behind the scenes. After that we went for a bit of a walk around the Central Park area. Later that night we took the lady liberty twilight ...
... 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 ...
... The guide suddenly mentioned it, saying that this was the chair that George Washington always sat in, being Commander in Chief of the Army. He told us about one man who had famously stated that he had sat in that room many times and stared at that sun just like I was, and he could never tell if it was rising or setting. And then on July 4th 1776, as 16 men signed their names and the United States was born, he realised for ...
... up again. It was warm and partly cloudy. As long as we strolled along instead of Tori's usual mad dash it was comfortable. We saw most of the animals and participated in many activities. We could not find the Orangutan and the line for camel rides was too long. I will be taking off for the northeast in the morning. My ankles and lower legs are covered with ...
... 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.