Doubletree Wilmington Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and order some tea for home. While their, I ordered Earl Grey tea and a scone with clotted cream. Hungry for a meal, I ate fish and chips. Everyone has been very friendly. As I tried find my way back to the hotel without any taxis around, I started to wander and look around. The buildings made me feel comfortable while there seemed to be so many friendly faces. I started to take short cuts and found my self lost ...
... but thankfully I had multiple shots before arriving. After a few weeks of being around only a couple English speakers, I began to become tired. Using hand motions and moving my body began to tire me. I decided it was time for me to leave and take a break. As a my sickness grew I packed my bags and finished the last of my volunteer work.
... I came to the conclusion that there was only one cup and that it was washed before handed off to the next person. Later, I unloaded boxes where there were care packages with jugs of water, canned food, and toiletries. Each day afterward was similar: I learned about the culture while helping the community around me. Once I left, I wanted to spread awareness after a month of helping out.
... seemed to be driven by younger men. We also saw Amish families walking along the roads and a group of teenage kids playing volleyball in the yard of one large dairy farm. Passing a couple of the farms rendered a strong, unpleasant farm odor. We drove on to Delaware and found our hotel just outside Wilmington. Time for dinner so we headed for downtown Wilmington. We found the restaurant in "Little Italy" but is was right next to a neighborhood ...
... has written (rule #1: No fornication. Rule # 11: Obey all rules, etc.), but not all the rules are listed. Example:
Christina: you should turn on the gas fireplace
Me: that’s a good idea but I can’t find the switch
Tom: That’s an incredibly bad idea. Gas is very expensive and that’s a quick way to poke the bear.
Julio (Nicole’s Dad): It’s Propane.
Tomorrow: we cover faux-mas dinner with the ...