Embassy Suites Newark - Wilmington/South
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Room service
- Smoking rooms available
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... sides of the canal with a bridge connecting them. Our side is the historic side I think- the town is small and lined with old houses and small buildings. Most of them have plaques explaining their histories. A lot of them were a strange style- tiny but three stories high. We found gift shops, restaurants and B&Bs, but no groceries or high rises or big businesses or gas stations or anything. I assume that is on the other side of the bridge. It is a really cute place and I ...
... ish (Mac won the bet), and unloaded Old Blue for the night. There was a complimentary cocktail buffet, so we cleaned up and headed for that where the adults enjoyed some beverages, the kids snacked and we played several hands of Uno amidst the bevy of corporate conference people. Mark and Cheryl agreed: it’s good not to be part of that world anymore.
After our snack, the kids dressed for the pool while Mark and ...
Thursday was dedicated to emailing clients, tying up loose ends and preparing for our trip abroad. Nothing eventful to report.
On Friday, I took a commuter train into downtown to visit my hometown church, St. George Cathedral, to light a candle and ask for a safe family trip and for "...those who travel by sea, by land, and by air..." ...
Sunday, July 31st Glenolden
When we got home for Jenny's my mom and dad were home from the shore. Mom met us at the door and was super excited to see us. We spent some time catching up and then we all got ready so that we could head to Outback for Shannon’s birthday dinner. Shannon’s birthday is tomorrow, but she has to drive back ...
... Road Trip. The freedom to just pick up and go with the only true destination of "west somewhere". Sure I have an itinerary planned for my trip in May but who says I have to follow it? Reservations are merely fallback options for a goal of something much bigger. A trip to learn what's out there. A trip to stand tall and breathe deep. To bask in the ...