DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wilmington
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- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Swimming pool
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... Once down, I buy a baguette. Crispier and lighter than anything I had tried in America, I smile. Walking down the streets, I look at the architecture. It is much different than America. The next snack is a crepe. Warm with a cool topping, my crepe is eaten quite quickly. I soon browse shops where the style is ahead of America. I buy a few things to take home. Once away, I go to the Louvre. I am amazed ...
... ever seen along with many visible consolations. After a couple hours of watching and warming up inside, buses started to leave and transport us down. The silence of everyone around me watching stars left me relaxed and happy. I fell asleep on the way down. I woke up once we arrived and the bus lights came on. I was not upset when I was awaken but still excited from the recent sight. I fell asleep immediately for the night and awoke to the Hawaiian sun.
First day on my adventure and I have decided to try a new hobby. I have always wanted to go to Hawaii and thought lets go there for my first stop. I have heard it is beautiful and a wonderful vacation stop. As I fly over, for the longest time all I see is ocean. I started wonder what was underneath all the blue and if there were any creatures I have never seen before but only on T.V. or not at all. As my thoughts ...
... born and grew up: Dayton Ohio. If I were supernaturally inclined, which I am not, I might have thought she was sitting up on a cloud somewhere directing things because, instead of taking us back to the Interstate, the GPS routed us through the back roads and straight into the college town of Athens Ohio, where she went to University. I could almost see her in her 1940's swing skirt and sweater, with a Lauren Bacall type ...
... Entertainment was provided by an unfortunately large lady - she had too many bags, but "she wasn't expecting to come home with bag full of baked goods from Grandma", which she didn't hesitate to broadcast to the entire top deck of the bus, whilst hitting the Ghetto girl next to her in the face with her bright pink fleece (in 30 degree heat). Bless.
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