Homewood Suites by Hilton Wilmington - Brandywine Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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The place where the primary language I have studied forever. The place where cultural stories I have read for a long time. The place where the food I have wanted to try. France. Aware of the Eiffel Tower and crepes, I have been wanting to go to France for a long time. I have wanted to practice the language while seeing the places tourists visit. The museums rich with art and the Eiffel Tower are some of ...
... tour consisted of many castles which all appealed to me. The next day I headed out to my soon to be favorite castle. Bodiam Castle was my first stop. As the castle became closer, I passed through a bright green field. Once there, I saw the castle. It appeared to be floating on water. Ducks swimming along the rim happily floated on the water. Walking inside, we could see the deterioration. It was not what it used to be but it was still beautiful. As we sat on the grass inside, I felt as if ...
... and is known to be
the tallest mountain in the world when measured from sea floor to
summit. I hoped I would see something unexpected there and find what I am looking for.
As I traveled up the mountain, I had a cup of hot cocoa and coffee. Leaving the warm bus, I could see the sky becoming even darker. The cold rushed up my nose and pass my face slowly entering up my sleeves and down my neck. Entering the cabin, I was ...
Judy and I were on the road early heading from Strasburg, PA to Wilmington. Our objective for the day was the Hagley Museum on the Brandywine a few miles north of Wilmington. As an add-on there was a big crafts show at the Museum's meeting center which we hoped to take in. As we should have guessed, the craft show was packed. The museum and grounds tour by chance were not as heavily visited. ...
You'll thank me if he ever comes up in a pub quiz.
We moved on from Christ Church and continued walking around the little city. We passed Betsy Ross' House, where the lady of the same name sewed the first American Flag. So much history in this tiny little place! We ended up at a street called Elfreth's Alley, which is the oldest continually inhabited street in America (since 1702), and is the cutest little chocolate-box street, with flags, ...