Hampton Inn Pennsville-Wilmington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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At tour's end, around 6:15, we were just a bit hungry and the hotel staff recommended a nearby restaurant called 4 Fathers. Lo and behold, we were met at the door by "Ben Franklin"! The four of us ordered light---soup, salad or appetizer---and wine all around. What luck---it was happy hour! Wise ...
... is connecting somewhere else so there is a mad scramble to get off the plane, common courtesies are thrown out the window!
The terminal is so big (at this 'air field'!) that I have to take the subway to another terminal for my connection. Luckily it is delayed by more than an 1 hour as well so I make it. As we taxi out to the runway Mr. Droll Voice's brother announces that due to the backlog of delayed flights, we are number 37 for take off! In ...
... one to see if the fuss around this traditional dish was just hype. Feeling very full, we walked towards the rocky steps. It was really open around this part of town; lots of greenery and wide sidewalk space and was really relaxing after the busy, enclosed feel of NYC. Nearing the rocky steps, we saw the rocky statue and obviously needed to have a picture. Homeless guys roamed about, ready to prey on tourists with the 'I'll take a picture of you as a group...then you can give us a ...
... Victorian Garden, the City Tavern, the Ben Franklin Museum, Christ Church, the Betsy Ross house and the Christ Church cemetery, where old Ben Franklin is buried. In fact, a dozen of the signers of the Declaration of Independence are buried there. That was a long day. We trudged back to our hotel for a nap
before heading out to dinner.
Today, we went to the Fireman's Hall ...
... people watched whilst we ate, and then afterwards, because we're massive fatties, we headed next door to the sister store, which was an old fashioned sweet shop called Shane Confectionary (one of the oldest candy stores in the US) to purchase some sweeties. We bought bubblegum and...wait for it....chocolate. covered. bacon. YES!
It sounds gross, but it is divine. We snaffled it back at the hostel, and then fell into a food-induced coma. A good day!