Staybridge Suites Wilmington - Brandywine Valley
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Each routed ended with a zip-line that carried you back and forth across a finger of the pond.
If you trusted the climbing harness and kept yourself clipped in, the course really wasn't that tough. Knowing that you weren't going to plunge to the ground made walking across the wooden steps easy...if you ...
Just when you thought you'd never hear from me again... I'm back!!! A little more than a year ago, entering the city of Santiago, having completed the 500+ miles, I knew then I would be returning. In the days since, I have found myself reflecting back on my time on the camino, but I have also looked with a sense of excitement and anticipation at returning to the Way of St James. Today, the journey ...
... of the monkey zookeepers. We learned about what is affecting the environment and the animals. We also learned how we can help prevent some of it too. I really enjoyed being able to do morning rounds before the zoo opened. I was also able to climb the Rocky stairs. I really loved this trip and hope to do another zoo trip or another kind of trip again. I also liked our Trip Advisor because she made it really fun and awesome.
... On Saturday morning we jumped on a bus (15$ return) and made the 2 hour journey to Philadelphia to meet Steve, Thomas’s friend who was staying there for 2 weeks with work. Despite being the second largest city on the East Coast of the US, Philadelphia felt very small after living in New York for a month. Philadelphia is known for its arts and culture and has more outdoor sculptures and murals than any other American city. To me it is known ...
... around the quad in the pouring rain and back inside for no reason at all. It seemed unusual at the time, but that was Mandy’s way and it gave us a laugh nonetheless.
We had our first day off this week too which was good. I organised to go into Philadelphia with Remzi and Abbi from Penn and Stephanie from the Haverford Campus which was nice. It was July 3rd on our day off which was exciting since Philadelphia is the hub of all patriotic history so ...