Days Inn Wilmington
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... when we got a phone call which was from our lodging arrangements who informed us we had curfew (If you get in after 10 you will wake me up and then I will not be able to get back to sleep). So it was back in the car and quickly back to Stephanie and (husband) Jason’s. We don’t see our hosts at all but we meet their cats whom have names but to avoid confusion I will call Cat 1 (orange) and Cat 2 (Black and White)
In the morning we went to CostCo to ...
... fish sauce
Scallops carpaccio, rubbed with ginger, seared with hot oil.
Sashimi salad. Kampachi with micro greens in a soy onion vinaigrette.
Dobin Mushi : steamed soup in a pot. Shrimp, chicken and mushroom.
Palate cleanser : grape and lemon soda
Grilled lobster with vegetables and a yuzu creme freshe.
Kobe beef from Texas. Shishito peppers. Pear reduction sauce.
Sushi: Toro,jack fish, whitefish, clam ...
Well it certainly was – what an absolutely brilliant show Jersey Boys was. It was a very simple stage set which they just quickly kept adding and subtracting from. But the music …. it was awesome – and probably especially enjoyable to our age group. Our feet kept tapping and we were singing along under our breath the whole show through. The August Wilson theatre is not that big and our seats were front row of the mezzanine so we had a fantastic view. ...
... meantime I will journal (the old fashioned way via pen and paper) our journey to Slovakia, Czech Republic, Austria, Germany and Poland!! I am certain there will be lots of fun stories and pictures to share with you.
I will miss all of you tons! Hope you enjoy taking part in my journey!!
... the subway reminding people to please refrain from "expectorating in the tunnel," etc. I saw the requisite hipstress dressed in a jewel-toned skirt and laced-up heels. On Market Street, one storefront window was filled with a miniature cityscape that someone had carved out of cardboard boxes. Then there was the new homeless paper One Step Away with a quote from Mayor Michael Nutter saying "Philadelphia will become the first major city in America to end homelessness." I love ...