The much anticipated Bloggerpalooza is almost here! Can you believe it? Get on your dancing shoes baby because we're going to party!
Just a reminder to everyone, that this wonderful event will take place this weekend in Lewes, Delaware this Saturday, March 23rd.
|The Lewes-Rehoboth Canal with rainbow from our hotel (I took this picture)|
The event will be catered by Nage of Rehoboth Beach. The cost is $25 per person which will be collected at the event when name tags are handed out.
|Me at the hotel front desk, I won't be at the front desk this Saturday, my co-worker Robert will. He will direct you to the Parkview Room where the Bloggerpalooza will take place|
|Robert - on duty Bloggerpalooza Night|
|Meet and Greet in the Parkview Room|
We will have an open bar of wine or sparkling beverages (for those of you less adventurous) available at the Meet and Greet.
The open hot buffet from Nage will be available from 6 pm to 8 pm. I've had this menu before folks and believe me, it is delicious! Here are the items available for your pleasure:
- Roasted Porkloin sliced thin and served with natural sauce
- Broccoli Rabe
- Roasted vegetables with roasted Garlic oil
- Tarragon Potato Salad
- Mini dessert tray - Pecan bites, mini Brownies, and Key Lime Squares
This is a list of the bloggers (and a link to their blogs) who are planning on attending this fabulous Bloggerpalooza:
- Spo - Spo-Reflections
- Harper's Keeper - Harper's Valley
- Ron - Retired in Delaware (that's me!)
- Cubby - Patently Queer
- Anne Marie in Philly - From My Brain to My Mouth
- Mark - Tales of the Sissy
- Sean - Just a Jeep Guy
- Jay M. - Jay in Va
- Doug - Gossamer Tapestry
- The Cajun - On Transmigration
- David - Lady Slipper Cove
- Mark - Our Simple Lives
- Sean - Idle Eyes and a Dormy
- Java Jones - My life, or something like it
- Nate - A Buckeye in Virginia
|The Inn at Canal Square|
For those lucky few who elected to stay at our wonderful hotel you will have access to the historic town of Lewes, which we proudly call "The First Town in the First State." Lewes was originally settled in 1631 by Dutch settlers. Unfortunately the local Indians wiped them out but the good old dependable English came by a few years later and made Lewes (pronounced "L-E-W-I-S", just like Jerry Lee "Great Balls of Fire" Lewis) Delaware a permanent English settlement. The wonderful thing about staying in Lewes is that the beach (Delaware Bay) is less than a mile within walking distance and the Atlantic Ocean is but a short drive (less than two miles) away to Cape Henlopen, a Delaware State Park.
While you're in town do make it a point to visit Cape Henlopen and watch the waves from the Atlantic gently wash up on our pristine beach.
|Breakfast at the Inn|
Also for those of you staying at the hotel we offer a compliment breakfast with everything short of homemade gravy and biscuits, we can go out for that if you have a hankering for scrapple (which I am going to take Dr. Spo and Someone out for to sample one of our local "delicacies").
|The "Golden Sentry" outside Dr. Spo's and Someone's room on the fourth floor at the Inn|
|The Inn at night - sleep well|