Doubletree Wilmington Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... triangle glass structure. The inside is similar to the Metropolitan but the outside reflects on the water and looks like a diamond ready to tip into the still water. Although I have wanted to visit for awhile, I only stay for a short time. My last stop is the Luxembourg Palace. I walked around enjoying the open air and architecture. Finally I left my trip as I was ready to go home and say Bon Journee.
... I began to ponder what activities I could do in the ocean. I could scuba dive, go in a cage while sharks look at prospective food, and around in the sea. Hopefully Ill find some peace on the beach or watch a sunset. Most of all, I want to sea beautiful colors in the cool wet land deep down.
Finally landed. Off on my warm adventure, I found some touristy pamphlets at the airport in a little section. ...
Up and on the road again. Blue skies and sunshine less yesterday's wind. Breakfast at the hotel was poor, really poor. I am not sure those "eggs" were really eggs. We need to find a Starbucks or a Cracker Barrel. Fortunately we found a Starbucks along the highway and got our caffeine addiction satisfied for the moment. On to Hershey Pennsylvania. Rolling fields with dairy farms here and there. As we passed through Harrisburg we spotted ...
... her books between classes. She was a beautiful young woman - here's to you, mom! The back roads of Ohio are lovely. Hilly, very green, and unbelievably lush; a low mist clung to the trees and a fine rain moistened the leaves; we were in Amish country. We saw a horse-and-buggy sign alerting motorists to their presence, but alas no Amish for us to gape at. And we were free of the pesky pantechnicons at last. But they were ...
... best place in Philadelphia!! It was an indoor market with every food group and country favourite covered! There was everything from classic American pulled pork sandwiches (Lauren's lunch!), Amish baked goods, Italian, Mediterranean to raw meats, fish, freshly baked bagels, salad bars.... the list goes on! I decided to be brave (mainly because the stall was had my name hehe) and tried shrimp gumbo, which was absolutely delicious!
After this we decided ...