Country Hearth Inn and Suites Delmar
Travel Blogs from Delmar
... had gone North first, all would have been good. We saw the ponies up close, and a white tail deer grazing. The deer was wearing a collar.
Back to the bus by 4:30. I sat out and read a while, had dinner in the coach, and light rain began at 7PM.
We leave tomorrow for the Outer Banks of North Carolina. See you there.
And the adventure continues,
... first flight was from SeaTac to Denver.....in a middle seat :o( That should tell you that not many folks were afraid to fly on Sept 11th. Next flight was into BWI in an aisle seat.....once again a sold-out flight.
Great being welcomed by Mom & Dad.....inside the airport! In the Kuehnl family new arrivals are normally welcomed curb-side,.....but I must be special :o)
A couple ...
... miles, and yes our butts are sore. We would recommend the route to anyone. Sometimes around major cites like Sacramento, Cincinnati, and Washington, DC, 50 becomes a major highway, but most the time it is road less traveled through the heartland of America.
Next, turn the scooter west and head home through Virginia.
... some of DC's finest restaurants. On Friday we had lunch at Old Ebbit Grill (DC's oldest restaurant), that night we had Indian food at Rasika. Saturday we were busy and had a light lunch at the Smithsonian Castle cafe, and for dinner we ate at Zaytina (Mediterranean).
Sadly after a great meal at Zaytina's, we bid Erin good-bye; her to the bus station, and us to the hotel to get ready for the last leg of Hwy 50. 147 miles to Ocean City, Maryland.
Yesterday our nephew Garrett was guarding the beach right by our house! So we set up right behind the lifeguard chair and enjoyed spending the whole day observing him and the kids and everyone on the beach. It was a great day--storms threatened but rolled by without spoiling our fun. The sun came out from behind the clouds on and off all day. It was a delightful ...