Extended Stay America - Wilmington - New Centre Drive
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... going to work. After talking with a local on the radio we pulled into the Provision Company docks. Free overnight if you dine at their place.
Worked out well since they had the best shrimp around; that was an easy lunch and dinner stop.
town is easy to walk in an afternoon. Which we did during my 2 hour long lunch break.
... boring white cooler behind the bar. the bar itself has a maze of odd rooms to hang out in. One was a dark living room with old sofas and chairs and a big screen TV. Then around the corner a sandy outdoor space with corn hole games. picnic tables; and weird water falls with gaudy fish statues.
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 ...
... of the few of us tourists. The ship itself is very imposing, it cost $14 to visit and was worth every cent. We visited every part of the ship, it was very well laid out and was an interesting self tour. The highlight for me was being able to enter the 16 inch 45 caliber gun turret and trying to imagine how it must have been. The ship earned 15 battle stars as the Americans call them and was torpedoed in September 1942, ...
... to visit the area to hunt along with his African American hunting guide. He planned on giving the land to his friend in his will but his friend recommended he give it to the North Carolina Teachers Association which was an organisation of African American teachers. In 1961 it was designated a state park and due to segregation laws was open to African Americans only. It was desegregated in 1964 with the implementation of the Civil Rights Act. There are many activities within the ...