Linking up with both Smiling Sally's
Warren and I had such a delightful time
at Rehoboth Beach this past weekend.
If you are a regular reader you are probably
sick of it already but bear with me for just
one more post.
I wanted to share photos of The Delaware Inn
and our last day at the beach.
So many lovely blues!
When I was preparing to make our reservations
I studied the different rooms at the Inn.
They were all gorgeous but one just kept
calling out to me.
It was the plainest room...
according to the photos,
and it was on the third floor.
Not really in its favor....
but I loved the sweetness of it!
So fresh and crisp in blue and white.
Maybe it was the reading chair in the
corner that sealed the deal...
I don't know.
But when I called and made the
reservation I asked and it was
When we arrived the innkeeper, Sharon,
met us with a cheerful smile.
She welcomed us very warmly and
offered to help us carry our
things up to our room.
She led us up the two flights
of stairs to the third floor.
I knew right away that we had
made the right choice.
The room was clean and sweet.
|Framed photography pieces by Greg Bryner are all through the Inn. This one was in our powder room.|
|I loved the crisp white on the bed against the soft, soft blue.|
|Complimentary Artwork on the walls.|
|"My" reading nook!|
|The robes were waiting in the closet. Such comfort and quality.|
|From another vantage point.|
I asked and received permission to show you the
photos from the Inn's website....these are what sold me
on this room.
It was actually prettier in person than the
Our second morning's breakfast was very
special. We were with two of the
couples we had met the day before.
They are so interesting and we were
very glad to have met them.
It was not hard to find things in common
between all of the couples.
What those commonalities were
was kind of surprising....
1. Wrestling (two of the men)
2. Women starting small businesses (all of the women)
3. Animal rescue (All of us)
4. Homeschooling (Two of us)
5. Teachers (At least two)
6. Candles (Three of us)
7. Movies (All of us)
In two short breakfasts
mini friendships were forged.
Very cool, indeed!
Then we were back to the beach.
The day was beautiful...if crisp.
Some views from the boardwalk....
It was kind of hard to leave.
But then there was the pull to get back
and see our family here too.
We'll just have to visit again.
Maybe it will be you across
the breakfast table next time....
How cool would that be???