Suburban Extended Stay of Wilmington
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... the shopping strip for a while then headed over the river to view the USS North Carolina which is permanently berthed in Wilmington as the State's memorial to its World War II veterans. Back at the camping ground we decided to cool off in the pool. We find that as soon as anyone hears our accents they want to know where we come from - no one ever guesses New Zealand and very occasionally get Australia after a number of guesses. The classic this night was a retired policeman who ...
... North Carolina, this is one of America's oldest seaports on the east coast. This will also be our fourth hotel of the trip. Seats 21-22 today, on the right hand side of the coach. This makes a difference, as Julie points out that we have always been on the left for some reason. We leave bang on 8am, and have around 180 miles to drive this morning. Broken up into a couple of sections, the first part is around 80 miles with a stop at a town called Georgetown. Georgetown is only ...
25th & 26th April - We needed a break and laundry day and Mal needed a rest from all the driving so we checked into a fairly plush Hotel 5 miles from downtown Wilmington. After a sleep in we drove to downtown. It had some beautiful antebellum houses but the centre was dead, and this was Saturday morning . So after half an hour walking, in the drizzle, we came ...
... bags and stuff inside the rear hatch (see photo). It took an hour or so. Pat then set off with her sheets for the laundry, while I researched VW mechanics. There are lots of resources online which I had prepared before the trip, and one website listed a VW guy in Wilmington. He was not answering his phone, so I drove to his place… about 20 minutes away in heavy traffic. It was 4:45 pm by the time I got there, so he was closed. I asked at a cute little ...
... almost no traffic either way. With the current astern and not a breath of wind, we finally made the turn-out at G 177. There wasn't enough daylight left to get to Wrightsville Beach (read marinas) so we opted for overnighting at the Carolina Beach State Park Marina. After a really tasty meal of leftovers we played backgammon until time to crash. As Bugs Bunny used to say, "That's all folks," and to mimic Johnny Carson , A