Hampton Inn Wilmington-University Area/Smith Creek Station
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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 ...
... for punishment and not knowing the times of the buses, we walked our way home. We were glad to see it and the fridge was raided without delay. Well not quite, how did the cricket end? Yes, 2-1 up in the series, go you good things!! Relax now, plan our journey tomorrow to Savannah,Georgia. Have a look to see if we can take in a few hours in Charleston on the way. Holidaying can be so hectic. Oh!, and find some where to eat ...
... through farmlands growing, okra, beans, corn and tobacco. Our trusty driving companion was guiding us successfully although there were some minor errors in her navigation of our wrong direction correction. The Wilmington hotel was set alongside a major road, as many are, but looked a reasonable find. The receptionist, after telling us how cool it was to see an Australian driving licence and how cool it was to meet people from across the world, told ...