Americas Best Value Inn Pocomoke City
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... windows throughout. This is not to say that we are ready to move in yet. We will completely remodel the kitchen...the kitchen has been remodeled but doesn't fit our needs. We will be adding gas, new appliances, new cabinets, and moving some doors etc. We will take advantage of an empty house to refinish all of the floors plus add a fireplace to the living room. The house sits on about a third ...
This morning, we all met at the rig and headed south.
Our first stop was at the Fenwick Lighthouse on Fenwick Island. From there, we continued to Ocean City, MD. After driving to the southern end of the island and town, we parked and walked out on the pier and then along the boardwalk. Rick was looking for ...
... in Europe,specifically France or Belgium, just as my sister was doing in Germany and they were very receptive of the plan.They offered me the opportunity to have regular lessons with a french tutor to get me started in my journey. I have studied French through the Rosetta Stone computer program, and two very skilled and passionate French teachers.
The other challenge of the exchange is finding ...
... then took off for Assateague Island Lighthouse to shoot photos of us. After shooting those works of art at the lighthouse we headed for the beach. We sat at the beach for a few hours critiquing everything from the birds to bathing suits. This led to our major moaning about our trip being over, and tomorrow we head for home. Donna was getting tired, so we headed in the direction of the hotel. However, we drove through ...
Although our departure date was looming, the wonder was certainly not going to end yet! We met up with the wonderful Deb and Steve at Asateague Island to try again to visit it and see the wild horses. Last year politics had closed the Island – they can't hold good Brits and their US buddies down – we were back! It was wonderful. The sunshine smiled lovingly on us and we cycled for miles around the islands, walked on the ...