Americas Best Value Inn & Suites - Chincoteague Island
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... somewhere around 12:30. After finding our hotel, and giving ourselves the guided tour of downtown it was time for lunch. It was either Subway, or McDonald's, our choice was limited. We decided on Subway, and the adventure began. I had to get the #1 idiot on the island making my sub. I ordered a footlong turkey sub. Well, Mr @$!& for brains starts putting two chicken breast on the sub. I had to tell him that wasn't turkey, so he takes it off. Next, ...
... in the middle of the road. This group decided the road was their private spot, and we were not going anywhere. How hysterical it was to watch them bring a large bus to a complete stop. After tying up the road for 10-15 minutes they got bored with us, and let us leave. We had 45 minutes for lunch, and get to our boat tour. Lunch went down so fast we didn't know we ate. However, we made it on time. We also left as soon ...
... out Bald Eagles, Ospreys, a variety of water birds and the illusive Delmara Fox Squirrel as well as herds of the areas infamous ponies. We also paid several visits to the Creamery, a local delicacy – ice-cream! I was rather righteous and ensured that I kept up with my walking regime to offset the goodies and to keep me on track for my big UK walk next year. We were also still on the look out for appropriate places to bury our ...
... Seashore to see the wild Chincoteague ponies. You may have seen a National Geo. show about these ponies. The local Virginia Fire Department rounds them up every year, swims them across the channel, and auctions them off. The money raised pays the expenses of the FD.
Our first stop, as always, is the visitor center. The ranger said we might have a good chance to see the ponies from ...
... 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 ...