Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Hot tub
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... soft sand, COOL breezes and COLD water. People packed onto blankets and under umbrellas as far as the eye could see. It was beautiful, no question. But different than what we're used to on the Gulf for certain. Will was non-plussed with the water -- his cerebral palsy made getting through the sand a challenge. But being the trooper that he is, he did it. I suspect he'll sleep well tonight.
Loved our drive through the back roads of both Maryland and Delaware on the ...
... from these scenes. The interior no longer exists as they are renovating it but it was cool to see the outside and the 5 window background I know so well. This building was also the setting of ‘Homicide life on the street’ which is also cool. Across the road from this building practically was another location from ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ which was Meg Ryan’s apartment which you see at the beginning of the film when she and ...
... went swimming but unfortunately there was an obnoxious big family there for a reunion who were very offensive. We had wine during the happy hour and then ate the dinner. It was an early night since they had to leave the next morning at 9:00 AM. ...
... motivations pertaining to the journey ahead, each one of us far removed from our pasts and far enough away from our futures that, at that moment, the only things that mattered were the stars above our heads, entangled and glowing in the eternal dance of a universe so vast and ancient it was incomprehensible. During the course of that weekend in New Hampshire, something changed inside of me; something died and something else was born. The friends that I made, although I will likely ...
... As we hung out in dungeon-like bars, she pushed her curly shoulder-length hair from one side of her face to the other while her eyes lit up brightly behind her glasses. She spoke excitedly about coming from a Jewish family in New Mexico. I said I loved reading Jewish short stories, especially those about bachelors-for-life who struggled with getting old and being unable to attract women. Jessie said that neither she ...