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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... quiet town on this Monday evening.
Today we are relaxing at the dock, did a little grocery shopping, and enjoying the good internet service to catch up on correspondences. This is the furthest south we will go in this trip. We wanted to do more but will need to return another year to do that. We are heading back to the Great Wicomico River this afternoon and then onto Annapolis later in the week.
Believe it or not, we made it: We crossed the continent by bike!
We had been counting down the weeks, days, then the miles. Finally, we came around a corner and the road just stopped. You couldn't go any further and we were at the ocean. The journey had finished.
What did we do then? Initially, we had a swim, then we drank a toast with real champagne. There are pics. After that, a shower followed by a slap-up feed at ...
... colony, today a whole town live museum of history. Lots of activities for the kids, demonstrations of army gear.
... waterfront, a full size recreation of an English ship/ When I say full size, I mean only about 80ft long for a ship on which some 100 people sailed for a 3 month crossing. This particular settlement was unsuccessful, and is known as the “lost settlement” because the 30 or so settlers who were left behind while the ship returned to England for urgent supplies, all disappeared. Their fate is still a mystery. The rain had stopped while we were ...
... at the front. This was governors, wealthy, and traveling families such as Thomas Jefferson and George Washington. The poorest members of the town where in the back of the church. We had a late lunch at the Tavern where we were seated in the cellar. The stairs winded down to the cold room which was lit only by candlelight. It took a moment for our eyes to adjust. The chairs were low to the ground. They were known as posture chairs. They forced you to sit up straight and keep ...