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  • Crosswinds Flight School
    Though a student has to be 17 years old to get his or her pilot's license, the instructors at Crosswinds Flight School start flyers as young as 12 on the path toward becoming new pilots. On the runways of Cross Keys Airport in Williamstown, New Jersey, they train students in the basic operations, takeoff, and steering procedures of compact Cessna and Piper Cherokee aircraft. As instructors guide their students toward a private pilot's license or instrument rating, they field questions about specific cockpit controls, techniques of flight, and types of clouds that make the best cotton candy. They progressively fine-tune the skill sets of participants in each course through short solo flights and up to 150-mile cross-country voyages.
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    1531 N Tuckahoe Rd
    Williamstown, NJ US
  • Arundel Trailer Sales
    Shop the great selection of vehicles including RVs and drive off the lot with a new and exciting ride. You can keep your car safe during your shopping visit when you opt to park at one of the nearby options.
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    510 Smith Ave
    Harrington, DE US
  • Wilmington & Western Railroad
    When record amounts of water from Tropical Storm Henri ravaged Red Clay Valley, it left six historic bridges destroyed and reduced the 10-mile Wilmington & Western Railroad to a mere two miles. The railroad is no stranger to change—since officially opening for passenger and freight service in 1872, the approximately 20-mile track was gradually shortened before beginning to escort tourists on steam-powered jaunts in 1966. Through all its transformations, the rail has persevered, and its encounter with Tropical Storm Henri was no exception. By June 30, 2007, the track was restored and Royal Blue coaches followed a locomotive 98 for the first 10-mile journey on the track in nearly four years. These days, Wilmington & Western Railroad's locomotives continue to follow Red Clay Creek on leisurely round-trip jaunts, romantic rides, and themed excursions. After their ride, youngsters can learn about railroading heritage with a series of online games, and individuals or groups can charter a train for subsequent travels to any destination along the line.
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    2201 Newport Gap Pike
    Wilmington, DE US
  • Colonial Airport Parking
    Situated just two miles from Philadelphia International Airport, Colonial Airport Parking houses vehicles in a 1,500-space, fenced-in facility that is secured by stadium lighting and a 24-hour staff who has over 50 years of experience in the parking industry. Travelers can opt to self-park or leave their car with a valet. Once they’ve secured their spot, spacious shuttles that run continuously will transport them to their terminal. For customers who choose valet parking, the facility offers additional services such as car washes, details, oil changes, and Pennsylvania state emissions inspections while cars are parked on the premises.
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    73 South Governor Printz Blvd
    Essington, PA US
  • Wild Island Scooters
    Cruise around 5 square miles of The Wildwoods on a motorized scooter, a quick and easy way to explore the outdoors and feel the wind in your hair. Every rental comes with a helmet and a tank of gas, enough to sail down Ocean Avenue or scoot around Sunset Lake.
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    3400 Park Blvd.
    Wildwood, NJ US
  • Towne Park
    Philadelphia’s historic cobblestone streets, landmarks, and old buildings can take on an eerie aura in the moonlight, the perfect backdrop for the guides of Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour to tell tales of the city’s dark past. Developed by historical experts at The Constitutional Walking Tour, the Spirits of ’76 Ghost Tour traverses Old City, stopping at more than 20 sites, such as the Physick House, Library Hall, and City Tavern. At these destinations, guides cloaked in black and carrying lanterns share stories that weave together a narrative of both reported hauntings and folklore. They tell tales of ghostly visitors that range from soldiers to historical figures such as John Barry, who constantly tries to explain to people who he was. Strolling past some of the city’s oldest cemeteries and graveyards, tourists may spot out-of-the-ordinary shapes, such as free-floating orbs.
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    1 Dock St
    Philadelphia, PA US
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