Staybridge Suites Wilmington - Brandywine Valley
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... live outside the US, and they're still at ages where they can tolerate spending time with us. And we're committed to going back to China and Vietnam with them when we can.
4. We had, thanks mostly to Jonathan's travels, an abundance of frequent flyer miles that could take us everywhere we wanted to go (with lots of savvy maneuvering by Jonathan to piece together routes and snag seats.)
... the street was Library Hall. This was the nations first public library and the former Library of Congress. Library Hall was founded by Benjamin Franklin in 1731, as a place to house and share books. Franklin believed that knowledge supports our nation. Books were considered a luxury item so not everyone could afford them. Through the years the Library Hall was demolished and in 1950, a reproduction of it was constructed on the original site. Today it ...
... exercises and had another photoshoot.
Our last stop of the day was at the food court, a huge market inside where you can get many kinds of foods, flowers and candy. Here I tried cheesecake fudge, chocolate covered banana and alligator meat. Then it was time to head back to the hostel because our batteries had died and our legs were tired. So we took a little power nap and chilled for a couple of hours before we headed to a cute bar near the hostel to ...
... earphone-plug-thingy on Josh's seat didn't work, and rather than delay the whole flight by getting an engineer to come and look at it, the best solution they could give us was to sit one of us somewhere else on the aircraft. We did try and get an upgrade for one of us out of our 'unfortunate circumstances', but the best they could do was another seat in economy. So Mal, the valiant Dad, went and sat elsewhere so that his boy could ...
You'll thank me if he ever comes up in a pub quiz.
We moved on from Christ Church and continued walking around the little city. We passed Betsy Ross' House, where the lady of the same name sewed the first American Flag. So much history in this tiny little place! We ended up at a street called Elfreth's Alley, which is the oldest continually inhabited street in America (since 1702), and is the cutest little chocolate-box street, with flags, ...