Holiday Inn Wilmington
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This is a nice friendly place obviously newly refurbished within walking distance of lots of bars and restaurants. Its about 3 miles from Downtown and 5 from the beach
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We woke in the knowledge that England had dismissed Australia for 130 odd runs, then sat and listened as England lost wicket after wicket. Enough of that for now, it's too stressful. Wilmington should take about 4 hours of continuous driving, but it was never going to be as easy as that. The first task was to ensure the Sat Nav was programmed to …
In North Carolina we stayed in the lovely town of Wilmington which is situated on Cape Fear River. The surrounding estuaries and tidal lagoons team with lovely wildlife and the town itself is home to the Museum of Bizarre which Bella and Freddie loved. See pictures. Next brief stop Williamsburg ...
Awake by 6am, the ABC lovingly streaming BBC TMS through Sydney, how weird, and England really struggling to dismiss the Australian tail. We decide to go to breakfast and everything may change. It did, but not after them adding more runs than we expected. Lunch at Edgbaston, we must go out and see Wilmington, not agonise over the English top order. It's a three or four mile walk in to Wilmington, but hey, we have to get rid of ...
We leave Charleston and head to North Carolina. It is mostly a driving day, after some shopping at Trader Joe's (ahhhh) the next and only stop is Wilmington and the Cape Fear area. We were hoping to find some history about the Pirates that were around this area of the Cape Fear ...
... however nothing eventuated other than ten minutes of heavy rain. We were lucky! Sunday morning we packed up and drove the short distance to Wrightsville Beach which is connected by bridge to Wilmington. It is a four mile long beach Island which a beautiful sandy beach. Being the week-end, and school holidays, there were many people on the beach enjoying a beautiful day and the temperature had dropped to the mid 80's so was much more bearable with lower humidity. The water ...