Days Inn Onley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... at the beach again. We watched the surf, and birds for almost an hour before deciding the hotel was starting to look good. As we headed for the hotel dinner became a problem. What to have with only two choices? We reluctantly decided on the "American Embassy". We turned into the McDonalds parking lot to find two ponies looking over the fence from next door. After spending a couple of bucks on corn for the ponies we got dinner, and headed for the hotel to call it a ...
... got there. This didn't work to well when dolphins showed up at the dock we left, so we had to turn around to come back. The tour was fabulous though because after that we saw wild ponies, osprey, and the lighthouse. Our tour guide also was awesome. After our boat tour we hit Mister Whippy for ice cream. Donna wanted to hit a few shops to work off the ice cream, and follow that up with a stop for fudge. We hit a couple ...
... had gone North first, all would have been good. We saw the ponies up close, and a white tail deer grazing. The deer was wearing a collar.
Back to the bus by 4:30. I sat out and read a while, had dinner in the coach, and light rain began at 7PM.
We leave tomorrow for the Outer Banks of North Carolina. See you there.
And the adventure continues,
... and snow hill where we stopped for lunch on the banks of the pocomoke river. The rest of our drive was farmland. Kinda felt like we left md and were transported to Iowa. We were surprised to see signs for NASA when we turned to go over to chincoteague. Had no clue they were out here at the wallop air base. After checking out cute Main Street chincoteague we headed over to the beach at toms cove on assateague island. Sadly didn't see ...
... year that everything has an end, even if you don’t want it to and that we have to accept that. Then, I will leave Washington with tears and a broken heart but with a successful internship. According to me, I had the best internship than the other students in the Languages program. Of course, it all depends on what your expectations were, but mine were all completely fulfilled.