Wingate by Wyndham Vineland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... ask for 2 door keys and they only supplied 2 towels in a room with 2 queen beds. Their response re the laundry was to use the hotel next door. Tried that but their machine was out of order. Needed to wash shirts (had no laundry in New York) so had to resort to washing in the bath.
Walked next door to the Philly Diner for dinner. Had fish with baked potato and vegetables which was nice. Very big servings and good price. Nice not having to drive for dinner.
... inCalgary set the Stampede. Then the fenders needed to be set horizontal not just hanging but the skipper was down helping me with that! Very good learning g expense for me.
We wandered around Annapolis this afternoon lots of shops, not as active as Newport but nice. Bryan did some shoe shopping which was nice a couple new pair of Sperry's...why I left mine at home I do not know! I found a great rain cost at Heley Hanson I think I'll ...
Our flight was sheduled for 8am, therefor we had to wake up early in the morning. We looked that we had all packed up and that we left nothing vehind in the hotel. The we headed for the airport, firstly we went to Dollar to return our Ford Explorer, which brought us secure through this 4 Weeks and almost 6000km. I ...
... unique blue colour to guide people from one side to the other. A nice view to have. Since the flight took 5 hours and time's 3 hours different to LA, it is already late afternoon so we start checking out the nearby area to find something to eat. We eventually stop at Johnny Rockets and go for a local speciality: the Philly Cheesesteak. Both Lenny and I enjoyed it a lot. And once back at the hotel we go for another dip in the pool. It was about 31 degrees when we got here ...
... It's interesting (but not surprising) that they have all the security that there is for airline travel (except for taking off one's shoes, but I did have to take off my belt). It was neat to see the Liberty Bell up close without any barriers and to be able to take pictures of it with us (and of it with Independence Hall in the background). We then left downtown Philadelphia in search of Tony Luke's, purported to be an authentic source of Philly cheesesteak sandwiches. By ...