Wingate by Wyndham Vineland
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Wingate by Wyndham Vineland
Travel Blogs from Vineland
... topped with corn in a unique American way - which were apparently the only thing that didn't burn down in 1812. Desmond put his tiny toes on the cornerstone laid down by George Washington himself. Desmond also saw his first movie in a theater. It was called From Many, One and described how our many states and individuals come together as one nation through the process of representation (it was more interesting than it sounds). The tour continued and continued. ...
... okay. Next time I step on ground I'll be in Europe!
There are always interesting people scattered about the airport. The woman next to me has a bootie on her foot, what happened, miss? I've got what looks like a fisherman to my north, another man with one of his arm wrapped around his head so tight his yamaka is about to pop. Hold on-- this ...
Clothesline: That's what racks in the bathroom are for. No for me.
Alarm clock. I'll use the one on my phone.
Swimsuit: He does not suggest this, but our hotel in Limerick has a sweet hot tub, sauna and steam room, so one is needed.
I also have 2 light dresses and 3 skirts. Excessive? I don't think so.
Next time I post I will be in Limerick!
... 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 ...
... have reserved them online a few days ago. Oh well. We went out and took some pictures of Independence Hall from the outside and looked at some of the historical displays (e.g., regarding the early reality that liberty was not really "for all", and that the country is still working on it. Surprisingly candid, I thought. We decided to wait in line to see the Liberty Bell (no tickets required for this). Although the line was long, it moved quite quickly. We were in within 20 minutes ...