Crowne Plaza Wilmington North
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... was on my own, I was the first one to head out. I've completed similar ropes course 2-3 times previously, so I was able to move along quickly and actually completed the fourth and fifth routes twice.
You start off by entering the secret code to gain access to the rope ladder that will lead you up into ...
... of reality and create an always safe, always predictable world. And when the mythological savior not only fails to fix the world but makes everything far worse (as happened with the collectivist regimes of the Soviet Union, Cuba, China, and many others), the "liberal" still refuses to let go of his blind faith in the omniscient, omnipotent god called "government."
If, for example, someone has a "right" to housing, and housing ...
... statues. Afterwards it was late from our drive up and attempted to make our way home. Unfortunately with the need to be in certain lanes for certain exits and turns it took us for ever to make it to our hotel. The 2nd day we made our way to IHOP (international house of pancake) for an amazing breakfast. I managed to convince Emma we needed a GPS. I found one that showed us what lane to be in and when to start making our way to that lane down the road. It was initially ...
... my sunglasses in sunny Philadelphia already feels like ages ago.
It was really hard to pay attention in my two classes on Friday. During psychopharmacology, Ciara and I were too excited to listen to the long-term side effects of cocaine use or the way certain neurotransmitters act in the brain. We went home straight after class to pack our bags and got together in the boy's room at 4 pm sharply. While we were in class, Josh and Alex had gone to pick up the van that ...
Once we had the campers all at Villanova, our week started with ice breaker activities, orientation and things like this. There were 55 kids in Week 1 which was not a lot, but it allowed us to ease into the running of camp and get a feel for the activities and the day to day running of things which was good. We had 5 girls on our floor that week. Thais from Paris, Dani, Maddy, Taylor and Brianna all from the USA. So it was a nice group.