Comfort Inn Elizabeth City
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Yesterday, we played golf in the afternoon after a morning at the beach and pool. Then we had our anniversary surprise, a chef came to the house and made dinner, the best part being the chocolate cake. Today, mom and I went to store while everyone was at the pool and beach. Lazy afternoon with dinner by ...
Arrived on Saturday with long delays from enormous traffic jams. Stopped for lunch at the Saving Station and then unpacked. Take out for dinner. Sunday: To the beach and pool. Off to the Aquarium and dinosaur exhibition. Dinner out and the Rita's had chocolate ices, unbelievable. Today, Monday, beach, pool and lunch home (zucchini ...
... it was time to go SHOPPING. Headed to Belk's and bought some awesome looking things and then headed to explore Duck.
Duck is a cute little area. There are a lot of little gift shops and they are all mostly located on the sound side of the road and surround the town board walk. It is a very nicely built board walk that goes along the sound. There are benches and birds and we even got to see a fox. There were also ducks and osprey.
... she would like to make & she brought us a “Southern Hospitality”. Yum! We befriended a woman & a man at the corner of the bar where we were sitting. By the end of the night we were getting the inside tour of Elizabeth City from these two, Lindsey & Chuck. We checked out the bar next door named Thumper’s. This bar was a bit rougher, but it was stacked with pool tables & it was packed. We squished into 2 ...
... their age - most cruisers are typically of an older age bracket as they probably find it more affordable. And we met a retired couple from Washington D.C./Annapolis area who were very friendly - they considered themselves "sophomores" as they are on their second winter cruising to the Bahamas. They had some interesting tips, and they even bestowed upon us "Skipper Bob," a booklet filled with tips for the ICW - good anchorages, trouble spots to watch out for, ...