Fairfield Inn & Suites Millville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to Atlantic City, but I was really not impressed with what was there. The tourist area was minimal and there were no souvenir shops as far down as I walked. The only thing available to me was a shopping mall along the beach where most of the stores had closed so it looked minimal. There were also restaurants and Casinos, but really, I had no desire to waste a fortune trying to score big.
... and swam for as long as they could take it. Thursday night was tacos at our place and then Win, Lose or Draw after the kids were asleep.
Friday morning the sun was out and we headed to the beach. We had a great setup and an awesome day at the beach! Of course we're all wiped out now but ready to do it again tomorrow!
... the Independence Hall. We visited the Signer's Garden. Dedicated to those who risked their lives for American Freedom. The Signer's Garden is located in south 5th street and Chestnut street. The next stop was the Philosophical Hall. Oldest scholarly in the U.S. In 1783, APS members voted to construct a building in which a building in which meetings can be held. The Nation's first public library and the former Library of Congress. The Library Hall was founded in ...
... ham, chips, cucumbers, and tomatoes only cost 3 euro at the hotel bar! After we ate, I took a nap. On Thursday, everyone let me pick where we wanted to go to dinner since it was my last one. I chose aspro piato (white plate) again, mainly because I cannot get enough of their pita bread! There were 12 (I think) of us that went. We had a delicious meal and headed to the hotel. Along the way, Penelope, Kaylan, John and I decided to go down to the beach to watch the sunset. When we got back ...
... you the emotional turmoil I felt within me knowing it was time to leave. Many times, while showing the video to people the last few weeks, I would tear up. At the farewell, I definitely shed many tears before I was able to “get myself together”. When the pastor read 2 Timothy 4:6-8 (NIV) “6 For I am already being poured out like a drink offering, and the time for my departure is near. 7 I have fought the good fight, ...