Quality Inn & Suites Millville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The happiest creatures here were the birds and Stephen and I spent some time watching their breakfasting antics. Seafood was definitely on the menu! The seagulls-which are twice the size of Aussie seagulls- would get a clam from the ocean, fly up with it and then drop it from a height, before descending directly down like a parachute ...
... to call it quits.
It is not that we are too old to drive in Philadelphia --- but it's that if we want to get older the odds are better outside of Philadelphia - too many aggressive drivers causing close calls.
Last night I was merging from one freeway to another, a pickup truck in the lane I needed slowed to let me in -- a car doing at least 20 mph over the speed limit saw the truck slowing, picked up speed ...
... and watch the sunrise. We walked down to the aquarium, at the point of the island, and watched the sun peak over Turkey. Right at sunrise, large amounts of old Greek people were in the sea. Apparently, it’s a popular thing to swim early in the morning. While we were there, we also found a fish with the line and hook still attached. We took ridiculous pictures with the fish and us watching the sunrise. We got back to the hotel at about 7am, and I went straight to bed. Some of the ...
... and I even helped a lady finish her crossword…we talk about the circus too and that usually leads to stories of younger years and when they took their now-grown children to the circus. We’re very blessed to be the vessels for so many cherished memories and stories.
One thing we’re realizing in schools/daycares right now is that the kids are restless and they’re ready for summer vacation! Haha…it’s getting harder ...
... was so much to be done, and we had so many visitors wanting to say goodbye, I didn’t have time to think about the importance of the day. Notwithstanding the hectic packing process and how overweight my bags were when checking in to leave South Africa, I will never forget almost half of our prefects walking a few miles from the township to the airport to say goodbye to us. They also waited for about an hour for us there, because we were running a ...