Suburban Extended Stay of Wilmington
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... the school kids all saved up and brought from the government for educational reasons. We leave the boat behind and continue with a slow drive around the tiny streets, Bob is Barking, he just parked outside someone's house and taken the whole coach into their act yard? This fella is unbelievable. This is my favorite place so far, this has overtaken San Fransisco as the number one spot for me, every house is a different size, different color, different design. Next small stop is ...
... vegged out. Very reviving. Also important was getting our laundry done, by someone other than me. I have begun to realise, that, like some Australian cities, all the shops and life has moved out to the burbs, leaving the inner city or downtown pretty deserted. So, we end up visiting a lot of Malls, where the chain restaurants and interesting shops are. We had ...
... over the Atlantic, but it was up a bit already by the time I got down there. Still, the light was beautiful, and I got some lovely pix of the pier and beach.
We then drove leisurely toward Wilmington through crazy commercialism of North Myrtle Beach… endless huge hotels and crass tourist traps, with the occasional pretty little residential area.
So… as we arrived in Wilmington and exited the freeway, we ended up in a left turn lane that ...
We awakened to dense fog this morning that never seemed to burn off. Since we weren't leaving until 1100 because of adverse tide in the Cape Fear, we didn't pay much mind ---- except, when 1100 rolled around, the pea soup fog was still with us. I thought it would soon burn off but was wrong. We traversed the stretch from St. James Marina to Southport at idle, barely making two knots SOG. At Southport, with nearly zero viz, ...
... for the women, telling old "war" stories and experiences they had back in the 1800s. It was too interesting not to pass up! There was historic memorabilia and kids shooting fake guns all over the place. They were blowing off old cannons and the area smelled like sulfur. It also happened to be about 31 degrees all day that day with 10-20 mph winds blowing chaotic air off the ocean. I melted my toes by one of the "confederates" campfires. People dressed in ...