My review is belated but genuine. I'm in the IBEW and in 2010 I took the mother of all roadtrips which found me working mostly in Alabama. After almost three months working in a blazing hot oil refinery I decided to drive to Connecticut to see my sister.
My mobile phone at that time was from Los Angeles' Metro GPS, It was useless in Alabama and most everywhere else outside major cities. I drove the most coastal passage I could along the Atlantic Ocean side of the USA.
My travels included many wonders: Virginia Beach, The gigantic bridges and tunnels of Chesapeake Bay. So by the time I reached Ocean City, Maryland, I decided to maintain my course and needed to board the ferry. I had limited funds and it was a Saturday which more expensive than weekdays but I was there and had to keep going. Glad I did.
Ferry seems inappropriate to describe these wonderful ships. Everything they do is organized and efficient. There were places to eat, drink and just kick back inside and out. I walked out to the bow of the ship. As we passed the Delaware breakwater my mobile phone immediately went from no service to five bars. Things were looking up. I made calls to my family and friends.
My excursion by sea transcended sunset to twilight. Driving off the ferry I parked my car at Cape May and took a power nap. I was exasperated from two days of driving alone. But was soon recharged and ready to proceed safely onward. I departed Cape May driving into the sunrise! I loved this experience and will do it again on motorcycle.
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