Days Inn Wilmington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
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... the first two places I saw.
After unpacking, I ventured to the Big Ben. I went inside and saw all the pieces of it. I looked out and saw that the city could be viewed from the inside even though it looked white from the outside looking in. Walking around, I went on the enormous ferris wheel. The sun was setting and the ferris wheel started to light up. I took more pictures, taking advantage of my high ...
After Haiti, I decided to explore more of Africa. I left to see another friend of mine who I knew was spending time in Egypt. Once there, he told me he was in the poorest part of Egypt. Working along with the Peace Corps again, I was able to help out a little more although the living conditions were much harder to bare.
... area. We met with people who looked out of place. They introduced themselves with an American accent. They were from Washington D.C.. They came to see the progress of Peace Corps and the condition of Haiti. After a few moments, we went toward a body of water. We all began to pick of trash and collect water samples including the new visitors. My partner told me how the water samples were ...
... the Hershey factories, theme park, schools and ChocolateWorld. Oh yeah, we did not go to the theme park because it was not yet open for the season. It did have some really crazy looking rollercoasters,. Also the Hershey Arena is where Wilt Chamberlin set the NBA record for points by a single player in a game at 100 points. We set off to see some of the Dutch Amish countryside. Today is Sunday and NOTHING is open in Dutch Amish country ...
... flight we watched 2 episodes on the new Boardwalk empire I had downloaded. We arrived in Mexico late again, 11pm, got through immigration, got our money exchanged, got in a taxi and drove to our hotel. This time we were staying at hotel diligencias, when we got out of the taxi and out the front there was a homeless man sleeping right out the door, and when we went to open the door to our horror it was locked shut. Luckily a man came out and let us in, he spoke good English and ...