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... the local area and go for Fish. Both were delicious, we spoke to the waitress for a few minutes as she had been to Europe in the last year or so. Visits to Rome, Germany somewhere and her favorite London. After dinner we return to the hotel for a drink in the bar, a limited offering with only beer, wine and soft drinks available. A couple of beers and a watch of the ice hockey later it's soon 11 o'clock and time for bed. We have another early start in the morning with the alarm set for ...
... 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 ...
... bags and stuff inside the rear hatch (see photo). It took an hour or so. Pat then set off with her sheets for the laundry, while I researched VW mechanics. There are lots of resources online which I had prepared before the trip, and one website listed a VW guy in Wilmington. He was not answering his phone, so I drove to his place… about 20 minutes away in heavy traffic. It was 4:45 pm by the time I got there, so he was closed. I asked at a cute little ...
... 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 ...
... a task given the
length of string. After that, I spent some time in the shade before we
headed out to hike the Basin Trail. The trail starts just behind the
visitor center and wanders through beach and salt marsh out to the
southern tip of the area. Along the trail, we saw many little Fiddler
Crabs scurrying in and out of the sand and marsh. At then end of the
trail is ...