Ramada Newark / Wilmington
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We all pretty much slept in, the kids most especially. Mac has a hard time just settling down for bed. Hence, he is always the last one up. Mark was the first, and he and Cheryl headed down for breakfast a little after 9:00.
Good breakfast. They had strawberries and blueberries this morning – hurray! Our kids would get fruit.
After some frenetic packing, we got Old Blue headed in the direction of Mount ...
... of spray and watching the boats they weren't really getting up that close that we decided not to. After an hour and a half of really taking it all in we headed back to the car. We drove through Niagara downtown it is full of shops and restaurants. Got the impression that it was a bit of a taster for us for Las Vegas. Used our last Canadian dollars to get some gas before heading across the Rainbow Bridge to clear immigration and then we were back in the US, New York State.
... Drexel he let us know that he didn’t feel it either. Everyone who didn’t feel it was extremely jealous of those of us that did.
We all got over the excitement of the earthquake and ate dinner together. Mom made a roast and homemade macaroni and cheese. It was delicious. After dinner dad, Jared, Philip, Aunt Nancy and I headed in to Liberties in Philadelphia to play some quizzo with Bryant and Brad. We ...
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I travel to find myself.
I travel to slow down time.
I travel to explore the unfamiliar, embrace another culture, and marvel at the beauty of the natural world. I travel to be inspired, to open new doors, and to bring back the type of knowledge and experiences only travel can impart. When we travel we enroll in the ultimate education.
My National ...
... the norwegian food we'd brought (brown cheese, salmon and dried fish) through customs. At the airport we were met by some of the Rotarians from Camden rotary club, before being driven to a nice, informal reception where we met our hosts. Tonight and tomorrow will be rest days to recuperate from 20 hours + of travel.