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Travel Blogs from Pocomoke City
... for a white tray with cut up pieces of chicken, and I had to tell him again that wasn't turkey. Now he's all confused, so a girl takes over making my sub. How can you work in a sub shop, and not know what turkey slices look like? Public education at work. After two days of sandwich construction we finally get our lunch, and head for the beach. We found a good parking space overlooking the beach, and that was our lunch spot for the day. After finishing off ...
... refuge one last time. A few rabbits came out to tell us goodbye. Since we had to go by McDonalds on the way to the hotel a stop to feed the ponies was an absolute must. The main dominate pony was very happy to eat up $2.00 worth of corn. Since we were out of change we had to say goodbye. He wasn't happy. Once back to the hotel it was shower, dinner, and bed time before our long drive tomorrow. Oh by the way, without ...
... stopped at the Assateague Lighthouse. This light is an active navigational aid and is in the National Register of Historic Places. It is operated and maintained by the Fish and Wildlife Service since 2004. The original light was built in 1833. In 1860 construction of a new lighthouse began, but was delayed because of the Civil War, and completed in 1867. It was converted to electric lighting ...
... but it was a birders paradise! Herons, egrets, ospreys galore. The day ended we a picture perfect sunset over chincoteague bay. We never got the storms here that helped produce the vibrant colors. So my apologies to those in the area who had a wet evening but we sure enjoyed the colors! Tomorrow we may stick around here a little longer to witness a NASA rocket launch. Then it's back to busy beaches as we make our way to Virginia ...
... year that everything has an end, even if you don’t want it to and that we have to accept that. Then, I will leave Washington with tears and a broken heart but with a successful internship. According to me, I had the best internship than the other students in the Languages program. Of course, it all depends on what your expectations were, but mine were all completely fulfilled.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking