Residence Inn Wilmington Landfall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... North Carolina, this is one of America's oldest seaports on the east coast. This will also be our fourth hotel of the trip. Seats 21-22 today, on the right hand side of the coach. This makes a difference, as Julie points out that we have always been on the left for some reason. We leave bang on 8am, and have around 180 miles to drive this morning. Broken up into a couple of sections, the first part is around 80 miles with a stop at a town called Georgetown. Georgetown is only ...
... seafood meal across the road from our hotel the first night in Wilmington. The second night we decided to investigate the Outback Steakhouse, having seen several in our travels. They did pretty good steaks but the only Aussie element were the kangaroo decorations on the walls and the bit of Aussie slang in the menu. The next day we checked out and headed for ...
... not have been in. I decided to roll backwards in order to shift over to the through lane… as there was no-one behind me… WRONG!. A horn honked then a crunch. I got out and apologized profusely as was we surveyed the damage to the hood of his GMC pickup…. a nice little sharp dent. So we pulled over to exchange details. Turned out they were very pleasant and understanding, an older couple from Ohio who had also just arrived in town. Because we ...
... informed to where the big commercial vessels were and their headings, so it was easy to avoid them. The Cape Fear pilots are especially good with this and as long as one pays close attention it's not unsafe to slowly make way like this along the side of the ship channel. The sound of big diesel engines from out-of-sight vessels kept the "PAF" (pay-attention-factor) high. Rhiannon's passage up the river was slow and ...
... temps went down to the 30s. Around 2am I was roused by a bright light and thunderous crash right over head, this startled me and I immediately sat up to track the storm that was now tinkling teaspoons of rain droplets over my tent. I did the, 'watch for lightning count seconds between the thunder crashing'...there were no seconds between the two... sure enough the storm was directly over head, directly above the towering pines surrounding me. The rain didn't grow much ...