It's not often that this happens. As usual, every year or so my girlfriends and I rent a cottage in Rehoboth. This year I'd planned to go for a week during the 2011 shoulder season. Initially, I was going to be sharing a cottage with between three and six other people and so I rented a larger cottage, anticipating last-minute tag-alongs. Now, those who were to be my travel mates are suffering thru unexpected family illness and job loss, and it turns out that I'll now be traveling to Rehoboth alone. I don't really mind this as much as I thought I might...in fact, in an odd way, I'm actually looking forward to the solitude and chance to set my own schedule. So please help me with suggestions on what to do. I like art, history, shopping, reading, swimming, etc. I know a lot about Rehoboth, but from the perspective of being part of a group of women all deciding how to have fun. Typically, we do the outlet thing, the beach/boardwalk/Funland and drinks on the porch in the evening thing; and generally try to get to a few museums or art shows in Rehoboth, or take bikes over to state park, or ride the ferry over to Cape May for a day trip. I can't think that a lot of these things would be much fun alone. So...just how should a lone vacationer amuse heself for for a week? I love the beach/boardwalk/outlet activities, but unsure about how happy I'll feel if that's the be-all of my time in Rehoboth. Help!