Brandywine River Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Now that it’s early autumn and the weather isn’t so
miserably hot anymore it’s time for a road trip, but where to go? Pennsylvania
isn’t too far, and it’s been a long time since I’ve visited many of the sights.
Gettysburg, Hershey, and the Amish Country were one of the first trips I went
on with my family as a tween. I can’t recall what the circumstance was that
enabled us to get away from grandmother care ...
... a winding but moving line towards the passport control officers. It took a total of 45 minutes to go from the ship to the curb. Taxis were across the street and plentiful, and we grabbed one to take us to Penn Station.
So that completes my trip to Germany and the Norwegian Breakaway inaugural transatlantic! The cruise exceeded my expectations, as virtually everything was completed and ready for us. The staff and crew were incredible, ...
Travelers often visit museums, or musea, as we travelers put it who know that datum is the singular of data, and vacuum is the singular of vacuous.
Of course not all travelers visit museums. The ones who send travel blogs to me, for example. These are people who seem to prefer seeing interesting things in beautiful places. They spend a lot of time outdoors. I don't know how the hell they got to be me my relatives.
But in the unlikely event you or anyone ...
... 8217;t want to mention and intensely sunburned feet, what with the ghostly white skin always covered by our Ameri-boots! Coincidentally enough, I had spent most the day reading the book Catching Fire…
The fun didn’t stop there! Sunday was the Color Me Rad run. A few teammates actually ran; I, however, chose to accept a prestigious position on the colorbomb squad and spent the early morning spraying runners with green paint! ...
... enough with each other, despite the ages, faiths and cultures to begin to gently tease each other and joke. The switch went from polite, structured conversation to relaxed and fun in an instant. It was the perfect way to wind down in Newport. Mary-Anne and Turdie-Jane mothered and clucked at me, asked if I had eaten enough, put lotion on my sun burn, worried and fussed. By 9pm they had even insisted this was a celebration of us meeting so ...