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Started early this morning with a scrambled egg and bacon (Steve had sausage) plus "grits". Must be an acquired taste for these, which I couldn't acquire. They seem to be like a porridge mix or sort of a Tobago? pudding. The lady at the C&B Bar & Grill said that they were Mahogany based. Still none the wiser. Later found out they are …
This has been a fun few days, but it has come to an end and it is time to head home and back to the real world.
I had my last day of "room service" breakfast for this trip and I like having people. Check out my breakfast. Not too shabby.
We packed the car and said good-bye to Bob. We were hoping to see Bart's group this morning but they ...
Breakfast was my standard room service, delivered by The Professor. That is sooooo easy. Well, for me it is. Since I am not much of a "Foodie" I really enjoy the Hampton Inn breakfast. We decided to go over to Old Town to look around and have lunch. Had to wait a bit in the parking lot for the attendant to return so we could get our ticket. We decided it was best to wait for a ticket, because if there had been towing going on, we would ...
... that after a few nose nips, the pups quickly lost interest in chasing.
Heading back north on the Matanzas River, we pulled into Salt Run and stopped for a swim on the north west side of Anastasia State Park. Leaving the park, we entered Tolomato River and explored north to the junction of Tolomato and Guana Rivers. Our 4 1/2 hr. outing was enough sun and sea for all of us and we headed back to the marina. It was a neat day on the water!
... in sheet form. The chandeliers are in the form of gold crosses and are lovely. The ceiling looks like tiles but the since the architect advised against using tiles due to their weight the ceiling is faux painting. Interestingly enough Flagler's third wife is from and is buried in Kenansville. I never knew the connection between Kenansville and UNC before. Kenan and Flagler were good friends.
Next we headed downtown and took a picture with ...