Comfort Inn Elizabeth City
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His take on the day:
First a visit to the site of the first flight, then off to the next point North. I did not expect to be so moved by standing on Big Kill Devil Hill and imagining the feat of the Wright Bothers. I learnt to fly and understand the challenge and the feeling of achievement, but they had to actually prove that man could fly and then invent all the necessary controls. They were bicycle makers from Dayton, Ohio and could not get an ...
... mostly because I wanted to stop in Elizabeth City, NC.
From lock to lock the DS Canal is 22 miles. With an average depth of 6 feet and a speed of about 5 miles per hour. It's certainly a long day. Once you clear the last lock you still have another 18 miles before you enter the Pasquotank River toward Albemarle Sound. I had really wanted to stop in Elizabeth City this trip. It is ...
... s Head and eat breakfast at a favorite local eatery....Bad idea. The place is called "Bob's Diner, eat and get the hell out." My sister started me going there and usually the food is great but not any more. The hostess was good, the waitress was dreadful and the food was not edible. Kait's gravy and biscuits was so awful she sent it back after 2 bites, my chocolate chip pancakes that have been wonderful in the past visits were rubbery and cold and the hostess ...
... 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 ...
... and it explains the name Coinjock as being from the Native Americans for the berries which grow there.
It was a nice little marina, and we pulled up to the dock and soon after enjoyed a great meal. When Dad had talked to the owner he asked about the restaurant there and what time they opened for breakfast. The owner remarked that they serve a 32 oz steak for dinner so they don't have to come in for breakfast.