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Would not like any complicated city driving, unless there is a great hotel at the end of it!
The second day of driving will likely follow a route east of I-95 in order to take in one or two of the legendary Eastern NC BBQ outposts (Right now I am looking at Bunn's BBq in Windsor, NC, and Wilbur's in Goldsboro; we can do one for late breakfast and the second for lunch).
You might be able to check out Blackbeards though if you decide to go that far down. If you do, consider Blackbeard's in Conetoe (say kah-net-a.
Any great local places to eat on the Eastern Shore, or in the Norfolk or EC area?
Short drive to Bluffton, SC, with stops at Le Creuset outlet..meander around remainder of day and on following day. could also visit my Favorite Place On Earth, Hunting Island State Park about it. Not particularly scenic, but the big state Farmer's Market there is open year round.
There's an historic inn not far away from there called Abingdon. If it were me I'd just stay in the traffic flow and beat the street to Beaufort.
(local seafood sounds best; do not want a "fancy" setting).
See linked thread, above, for where we ate along our drives last year.. Leave NYC, drive via EAstern Shore to Norfolk, Va or Elizabeth City, NC. Meander south, sampling NC bbq, to Florence, SC Day 3.. Thanks for reading this rambling post...please offer your comments on hotels and food en route. When I first started reading I got excited because I thought you would come through Greensboro. I like Bluffton and I have friends who have stayed at that Inn-very nice. It's a lovely town (go watch "Big Chill") with some nice restaurants, some funkier ,like Shrimp Shack and Gullah Grub.
Sue: Thanks so much for the long and information-packed response! I will look into your suggestions, and also see if I can find out more about the traffic conditions along the eastern shore route.