Days Inn Elkton
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... catch up” conversation.
Returning after 9 PM that evening we don’t even recognize the area where we had setup our camp. Check out the “after” picture taken the next morning. There is a massive collection of RVs and trailers now sprawled across the 3 campsites next to us. There is a 40 foot Class “A” diesel pusher and a 35 foot travel trailer hugging its rear bumper in the site directly next to us. Next to ...
Late last night as I was leaving downtown Philly to head to Mike & Jeannie's house, I stopped at a Trader Joes to get some food for my massive dinner. While I was locking Betsy up, a guy started chatting with me about my trip and biking in general. He is originally from South Africa and he told me that Afrikaans is like an old school version of Dutch, so when people come to South Africa from the Netherlands, it sounds to them like ...
... Miranda and Ian to go with me. (Since it mostly ended up being the three of us by the end of the night since people left at different times, we started referring to ourselves as the dream team). We started walking to the aquarium and got there just in time. We went swimming just as the sun was peaking over Turkey, amazing. It was the perfect ending to a perfect day in Greece. By this point, I was at cry number 5 of the day. Why did I have to inherit my mother’s emotions?? After ...
... with oil then we did. Passengers were squeezed into every crevice; every inch of floor space was filled. Sweat poured from my forehead.
Over the roar of the jet engines, the Captain announced the flight's cancellation-inclement weather in New York. The flight attendant barked out orders that we must immediately abandon the plane. "Hurry - Hurry" she yelled as though a fire ignited. Seat belts start unsnapping, passengers ...
... to see. I was excited.
First we were taken into the 'West Wing’, a room with lots of seats where we listened to a guy talking about history. He talked about the Boston Tea Party, among other things, and finally took us outside and into the main building. As you enter, there is an entrance hall with a room on each side. We went right first and saw lots of round tables with green table cloths and feather quills resting in ink ...