Relax Inn Dover
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... well now I feel bad... I should have moved..." and then quickly went to pour himself a drink and prepare his bbq. He had no intention of moving so I am happy we did and we could finally sleep properly. Shortly afterwards the line of dark clouds moved in. Thankfully our area did not get much wind, thunder or lightning, and the rain was not too bad and stopped within two hours. Marty made us a fabulous pasta dinner and we went straight to bed without being bounced around for the ...
... close as per AIS. The wind even helped us out and we hit 9 knots at times. We flew up the Delaware, past our original planned anchorage to see it was actually well marked and we probably could have done it, and then turned into the C&D canal in no time. Along the canal we passed five barges but they were going slowly and there was plenty of room. We decided to do a short day and really try to rest in a safe, non bouncy spot- so we stopped at Chesapeake City in the canal. ...
Morning walk at the High Line. Park walkway converted from a disused railway track.
Drove south. Stopped for lunch at Mt Laurel.
Then south again to Chesapeake City but couldn't find a room there.
Found an inn at Georgetown called the Kitty Knight Inn. It is supposedly haunted by a good ghost called Knitty Knight. She saved the house and a neighbours house from being burnt down by the British raiders.
... back to the Hotel, on the way back we saw our first Glimpse of the Washington Monument.
Tonight we had dinner at Danny and Christine's, so nice to have a home cooked meal, a couple of drinks and a great catch up.
Home a little late, but a good nights sleep before another full day of sight seeing tomorrow.
... last of it to the cab driver (I knew that was going to haunt me), so I pulled over and told the GPS to avoid tolls. My one hour trip was now a THREE hour trip. I literally Exclaimed
"THREE FREAKING HOURS!" to myself and a herd of deer across the street, one of which gave me a look that seemed to ask
"So are you gonna go so we can cross, or you gonna sit there screaming at nothing?" So with a heavy sigh, I put my car back in drive and took the road ...