Address: 270 Brandywine Dr Bldg 1, Bear, Delaware, 19701, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 270 Brandywine Dr Bldg 1, Bear, is near New Castle Court House, Read House and Gardens, Old Dutch House, and Amstel House.
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Travel Blogs from Bear

Get Ready for a Trip of a Lifetime!

A travel blog entry by nightengalej on Jun 06, 2015

Hi Everyone!

When wireless is strong I will be uploading video/photos from our adventure, as well as having students sharing, in written word, what their experiences are.

Thank you for allowing your children to join us on this trip of a lifetime!



A travel blog entry by barbarabean on Aug 04, 2012

Hi all,
I made it here without incident. I will spend a couple of days and will be on the road again. Took the commuter train in to Philadelphia with Art and Tori. He had to get some work done and Tori and I hung up his pictures. He has been in the office since 2008. Today we hung out and watched some of the olympics. The severe thunderstorm that came through was quite active but short lived. It is still hot and humid.

History is so not my thing

A travel blog entry by s_jontheroad on Jul 14, 2012

So history is not my thing, I am getting there and it is getting almost too much for me. Found another historical fort for Steve to see which was Pea Patch Island is old military base in Delaware. Intersting history and the reinactments were interesting to ...

Dinner in Glenolden

A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Aug 09, 2011

Tuesday, August 9th

When we got back to my parent's house Liz came in to have dinner with us. We got everything ready and were just about to put the chicken on the grill when the rain started coming down. It was really heavy and ...

Handicapped Parking Only

A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Nov 12, 2009

... These people were some of the friendliest people we've met--really, the whole culture of the school was incredibly friendly and laid back. I suppose you have to be when working with the mentally handicapped. It's a very selfless profession. And with selflessness comes an overall enjoyment of life that is harder to find in some of the hectic, business-oriented schools we've seen. How much has to be taken away for us to realize what really makes us happy in ...

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