Crowne Plaza Wilmington North
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... high. Checked out macys store an the iconic red LOVE sign before catching the bus back. Bought some beers and made an omelette together. Hoping for a big night, we were quickly told otherwise when the hostel receptionist made ed put his freshly opened beer away. Instead sat in a common room and drank on the sly joined by the 3 German girls and a new German guy called Leo- 27 year old who seems to have done ...
... town in Maryland called, Bel Air. I don't imagine my hometown to be anything like the Bel Air in California, but I wouldn't know; I've never been. Growing up, my parents have always tried to expose my sister and I to different lifestyles and various places in the U.S. I remember them driving through the projects of B-more in order to expose us to the harsh reality of poverty. It made us become more self aware of the world outside our suburban bubble. My ...
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... honest though as I was getting used to driving on the wrong side of the road and in the wrong side of the car, and getting used to the road rules and conduct. Right turns are permitted on red apparently and there doesn't seem to be much speed enforcement here given the crazy speeds lots of drivers do here.
After booking into our hotel here ($70) we drove into the city and spent the late afternoon / evening there.
Final Thoughts: Nice easy start to our ...
... the Constitution, including a live performance, a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation and Signers' Hall, a stylized evocation of the Assembly Room in Independence Hall. I then took the bus west to visit the Franklin Institute, one of the oldest centers of science education and development in the United States dating to 1824, which features, among other displays, the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial.
Before meeting to have dinner with two of ...