Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Chincoteague Island
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- Swimming pool
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This morning we left our hotel in Dover, Delaware headed for the coast of Virginia. We stopped in Dover to see the Delaware State Capitol, and other old state buildings before heading out. It was small as State Capitol buildings go, but still pretty cool. It reminded both of us of Independence Hall in Philadelphia. After killing an hour we headed for Virginia. Since we were both just freaking ecstatic to be out of New York this three hour drive was nothing. We got ...
We got up this morning hoping to get in a couple of tours today. We managed to get on a 10:00 nature bus tour on Assateague Island. We went to a back area to the north side of the island to see some of the wild ponies. The return trip was the most entertaining when we rolled up on a group of ponies as two were going to town trying to expand the herd. Explain that to the children. As we left the sex show we encountered a ...
... It stands 142 feet high, and can be seen 19 miles out to sea.
I struck up a conversation with a guy at the pony lookout that mentioned the ponies on the north end of the island were much closer, sometimes right on the road--looking for a handout. We had lunch in Chincoteague and left for the 1 1/2 hour drive to the north end. We are camped inland, almost dead center of the island, so ...
... to stop and just cruised thru Dewey and Bethany as well. Of course we had to look for some history so we found the old marker delineating the border of Maryland and Delaware (it was still part of pa when marker was made so it bears the penn family crest) at the fenwick island lighthouse. We decided not to drive down all of ocean city and cut over at the rt 90 bridge to start our cruise down the Delmarva. Went through the quaint towns ...
... there is a wildlife park and a beach along the Atlantic Ocean. Then, we did a bus tour of the island to see the wildlife and after that, we spent a few hours at the beach. I walked bare feet in the sand and in the ocean. The feeling of the sand between my toes was amazing! The next day, we visited the first British colony in American soil, Jamestown. We saw the location of this ...