Days Inn Newark/Wilmington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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The journey begins... For the next 17 days, we are going to experience some of the best places Western Europe has to offer. Enjoy the ride: Brussels, Belgium Antwerp, Belgium Amsterdam, Netherlands Paris, France Munich, Germany Innsbruck, Austria Liechtenstein Zurich, Switzerland Lucerne, Switzerland Wengen, Switzerland Geneva, Switzerland St Tropez, France Nice, France Monaco Venice, Italy ...
... drive to Wilmington, Delaware, where we would be staying at an Embassy Suites for the night. Why Delaware? Well, because we were crossing off another state. It would be 45 states for Mac and 42 for Josie with Delaware.
The day was sunny, but traffic was heavy, even at 3:00. City living. There’s always some traffic. We crossed the Chesapeake, a first for all of us.
We made it easily to the Embassy Suites by ...
... time that it was a rising sun.
We exited Independence Hall out the back way and into the graden that we had found ourselves in many times, feeling glad that we had finally got to go inside. Katie turned to me and said “onwards to New York?” I always get a twinge of sadness when I leave a place in the US...and half of me felt like I wasn’t quite ready to leave Philly yet....but the other half reminded the first half ...
... the chores. Tori and I decorated candles for her Mom and Grandmother. We went to Stadium football with Philadelphia Soul's against the Arizona Rattlers. Arthur had gotten suite tickets. It wasn't the football I am used to but it was fun. The Rattlers won 55 to 54. A few more mosquito bites
Sunday - Went to a volleyball ralley to watch Amanda play. ...
... core of a man’s living spirit is his passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from our encounters with new experiences, and hence there is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun.”-Chris Mccandless
I've always wanted to do it. Drive across the great U.S. that is. The ...