Holiday Inn Express Seaford-Route 13
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... the Indian Brown Ale. Later we discovered an article posted on the wall about Dogfish Head which appeared in the New Yorker in 2008. Very interesting story about the brewery, it's founder and craft beer history. The origin of one of their signature beers, Palo Santo Marron, aged in 10,000-gallon tanks made ...
... good is that YouTube has many nice videos explaining how to change the tube on a bike with multiple gears. Good as new!
We like to eat out when we RV at least occasionally (although camp grilling is wonderful!) because it's great to take a break and enjoy what the locale has to offer. Tonight, we tried the restaurant/bar located on ...
... learned that the municipal bus system also stops here and will carry you cheaply up and down the seashore to the various villages all day and night. And not to mention that he was thrilled to see wide bike lanes that go for miles and miles, more than he can bike on this trip!
After relaxing at the camp site for an hour or so in the cool breezes, we decided ...
... nice place to stay and would definitely visit again.
The last stop on this adventure is Delaware. Couldn't get a campsite till tomorrow so we became "real" RVers and stayed overnight at a ...
... town and I was pleased to find a history board on Harriet Tubman, who lived in this area and was a famous agent in the Underground Railroad. She is an important character in Harriet Beecher Stowe's, "Uncle Tom's Cabin" (I love that book). There is a museum about her but we missed the few times per week it is open. There are several buildings and homes that are marked as contributing to the Underground Railroad Byway.