Motel 6 Wilmington

Address: 1200 West Ave / S Hwy 9, New Castle, Delaware, 19720, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1200 West Ave / S Hwy 9, New Castle, is near Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts, Read House and Gardens, Old Dutch House, and Amstel House.
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Travel Blogs from New Castle

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by evieandstaci on Jul 06, 2014

2 comments, 2 photos

We woke up in a hotel for the final time, and it was so bittersweet. We were ready to see our family and friends again, but of course we never wanted the trip to end. Even with seeing so much, we still have so much left to see of the world.

We also had our final continental breakfast. We thought about how it would be transitioning back into granola bars and Dunkin' Donuts coffee the very next day and how different that experience would be. Neither ...

Trauma, trauma & more trauma

A travel blog entry by sandygill on Nov 22, 2013

18 photos

... their lives. It turned out the staff thought the same thing & felt they weren't getting to follow up some of their patients who didn't realise or forgot to organise their follow up care; often turning up weeks down the line with complications. The trauma centre had a nurse practitioner whose sole responsibility was practice development and service improvement. She showed me how she received data on all the trauma patients -complications during the stay, ...

Final Four for This Trip

A travel blog entry by dblegldave on Jul 19, 2013

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... on a hill, overlooking the Potomac and perhaps more importantly, by burying soldiers on it, it meant Lee would never live on the land again. In 1864 Union troops began being buried there. Eventually the Lee family was compensated $150K (equal to $3.1M today) for their property. Interesting how two families, the Washingtons and the Lees were intermingled.

I also visited the other Presidential grave in Arlington. Buehler? Buehler? Anyone? ...

Home!

A travel blog entry by philamike on Jan 08, 2013

2 comments

... upsetting, but I don't want that to overshadow the otherwise great trip. As I was telling my housemates about the cruise, I began to feel relaxed and it felt nice to focus on the better parts of the journey. South America is a unique place and the sense of culture and pride is very strong among its residents. Plus the scenery in many places was simply stunning.

One positive from the ...

With Liberty & Ice Cream For All

A travel blog entry by travel4eternity on May 14, 2012

94 photos

... a high-end boutique antique shop or something. A giant disco ball hung from the high ceiling. On the first level, there were pinball machines and skee ball machines; baseball hats and ceramic beer steins hanging from the ceiling; a bar and various arrangements of couches, chairs, tables; a realistic mannequin. The second floor held an old fortune teller box, a feeder, barber chairs, and giant cloth signs. And there was so much more throughout. ...