Homewood Suites by Hilton Wilmington - Brandywine Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We spent about 8 hours in the car driving through Virginia and Maryland to Delaware. We had great BBQ lunch at the Apple House restaurant in Linden, VA. What an adventure! We stayed at a nice Hilton hotel in Wilmington, DE. Jane and I tried to find the Longwood Gardens, but it was a little too far. After drinks and appetizers at TGI Friday's we had a light dinner at our hotel.
As I land in London, I have this familiar feeling. I take a taxi and on my way to the hotel, I began to plan my trip. I thought about where and what I wanted to visit and see. I realized I was not very sure. I have not been to London before nor did I know much about it except for a couple iconic places. The familiar feeling did not leave me. As I arrived, I saw I had an amazing view of the city from my hotel and decided ...
... drink of choice. One good for the heart, liver, or brain. Then I was shown cocoons which I could feel. I chose to look. I looked at the workers who were working ******* using their silk machines. From ties to blouse to kitchen fabrics, the show room had many items to choose from. It was mesmerizing to see all the colors and quality. After buying a silk umbrella and pillow, I decided to head back to my hotel. My day of shopping and exploring was over until tomorrow.
... I was staying with, I walked with a Peace Corps member to what he said was a school. The teacher wanted to take advantage of English speakers in the area. He was teaching his students English. He would write phrases on the board and we would read them clearly out loud. He said he wanted his students to develop their pronunciation and accent. After we left, we walked toward what looked like ...
... go on to college. Each student who goes on to college receives a scholarship of $88,000 - free. The campus is amazing - looks like a college campus. After our tours and activities at ChocolateWorld we headed up the hill to explore the Hershey Hotel. Built in 1933 the hotel is a 4 star property known for it's spa. They feature numerous treatments featuring, you guessed it, chocolate. The hotel had a unique fountain lobby and some great ...