Holiday Inn Dover Downtown
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... sides of the canal with a bridge connecting them. Our side is the historic side I think- the town is small and lined with old houses and small buildings. Most of them have plaques explaining their histories. A lot of them were a strange style- tiny but three stories high. We found gift shops, restaurants and B&Bs, but no groceries or high rises or big businesses or gas stations or anything. I assume that is on the other side of the bridge. It is a really cute place and I ...
... discovered that around the little island the water was about 40 feet deep so we would have had to go up the river quite a bit instead). We checked our distance from the crab pots and the fish pots and set anchor in the cove with another boat in the same situation as us. It ended up being a bad move after all. The wind did not die down, the fetch got worse and by dark we had three foot chop. We had to tie up the wheel to stop it from smashing... we didn't want to lock ...
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.
... hour delay, plus the hour, and then another three hours to get where I'm getting, so its been a while since I ate. Unfortunately I was on the outskirts of the city by now, and eateries were pretty scarce.
Finally after what felt like forever, the golden arches of a McDonald's crested the horizon, and in my hungered state never looked more beautiful. Personally I hate fast food, but beggars cant be choosers. So McDonald's is on my left, but I cant make a left turn ...
... not real zebra skins, and they were really pretty. The bedspreads for the bunk beds were two symmetrical quilts that had a bunch of fake safari animal skins sewed together. The room also had a TV with speakers overhead. The last room in this section was a room with a queen bed that had a yellow bedspread. In the other section of the basement there was a huge room with a ...