Sheraton Suites Wilmington Downtown Hotel
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... long walking, I decided to take a cool down at the New England Aquarium. I saw penguins, turtles, and sea dragons which I have never heard of before I came. I took a last walk around the city seeing busy business people, artsy dancers and artist, musicians and chefs. Everyone looked busy and looked like they had a story to tell. I stayed a little longer but knew I should have head off to my next destination before landing home.
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On my way to Haiti, I was not sure what to expect. I was hoping on my "Around the World" trip, I could help or volunteer in someway. I was reflected on what my friend said before after she said I could help her with the Peace Corps. She said I would do various work in Haiti. Hoping I would succeed in helping others, I traveled blindly unsure of the tasks would appear.
Once I met ...
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... It was difficult for me to sleep on the first long-distance train I took between Chicago and Pittsburgh, for thunderstorms raged throughout the night and many of the passengers next to me were snoring. The train may have arrived an hour late to the Pittsburgh station, but that was a blessing in disguise, for it meant that I only had to wait two hours to transfer trains and not three. The second and final train between Pittsburgh and Philly was far quieter, so ...