Courtyard by Marriott Newark - University of Delaware
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... 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 ...
... Passengers grumbled as their connecting flights become more of a memory.
I sat in the adjoining lounge, removed my Droid and Googled the name of the connecting airline (Pinnacle Airlines) and sighed with disbelief. Under the guise of Delta, I learned that Pinnacle Airlines filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on April 2, 2012; apparently, labor costs and maintenance expenses were eating into its profits. Their subsidiary, Colgan ...
Thursday, August 4th
Today Dad and I had a to do list before we would be driving to Huntingdon after Philip got home from work. Dad had set up for Stanley Steamer to come in and clean the carpets this morning so we hung out in the kitchen and waited for them to finish up and then we drove in to Philadelphia to pick up Philip's books for law school from the Drexel bookstore. He starts in a couple of weeks and needs ...
... 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.
... These people were some of the friendliest people we've met--really, the whole culture of the school was incredibly friendly and laid back. I suppose you have to be when working with the mentally handicapped. It's a very selfless profession. And with selflessness comes an overall enjoyment of life that is harder to find in some of the hectic, business-oriented schools we've seen. How much has to be taken away for us to realize what really makes us happy in ...