The Confederate House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... veggies. Then we left for supper!
Supper was at Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House. It was amazing. When we arrived all the food and sweet tea was on the table in bowls. There were about 25 bowls of all southern home cooking and it was all delicious, I know because I took a tablespoon of everything except the macaroni salad and cabbage because I ran out of room even though we had very large plates. At the end they gave ...
... heat on and then we stayed in bed until it was tolerable.
Since the trolley tours weren't operating this morning because of Martin Luther King Day (Federal Holiday) we didn't hurry. I needed to call the City of Kinston to get the total of our bill. Honestly Kinston - it is time to get technological. I found out how much our bill was and then went online to pay it and found out that First South wouldn't get it to ...
... dress. Now most people with a child(ren), especially girls between the ages of 5 - 10 will know this relates to the "Frozen" movie. The Elsa dress was sold out at the Magic Kingdom but Emma found a shop with the dress. The lady only got them yesterday and put them out last night. So, with the remaining money kindly given to her as a gift by Matthew's colleagues, she purchased an Elsa dress and hasn't stopped excitedly talking about it all ...
... wafting over the port . The whole scallop 'business setup' is owned by one man who started the Scallop boat fleet, and now consists of several restaurants and bars, and is a real local Icon eating place. Wonderful seafood evening with special seating given to Margaret & Tim (and us) from their friends who own this amazing business We tried our first cosmopolitan cocktail (YUMMY).
Setting off the next morning ...
... the coast line it was very hard to get glimpses of the coast. It is either blocked by the many homes that have private beaches or the beach is a state beach and it costs $10 to get into them. We would have been broke going into them all. So far the only beach that has come close to being pretty good was Miami but compared to a lot in Australia it wouldn't rate. Sorry USA :)
Drove up to Orlando via the coastal road ...