Culpepper Inn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 609 W Main Street, Elizabeth City, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27909, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 609 W Main Street, Elizabeth City, is near Great Dismal Canal.
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      Travel Blogs from Elizabeth City

      On to North Carolina

      A travel blog entry by equinox on Dec 03, 2014

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      Up at 5:30 to catch the 6 AM opening of Steel Bridge. Then waited around for the 8:30 opening at the Centerville Br.Made 50 mile run to Coinjock. Ran aground in shallows just north of the marina but we were able to work our way off.

      Surprising number of boats at the marina- mostly big motoryachts. A few sailboats. We were one of the few with full enclosures. Lots of very ...

      Boating Towards Civilization Again!

      A travel blog entry by mariah.ashenden on Sep 25, 2013

      15 photos

      ... continued onward. Today was our day that we were hoping to sail. We had finally passed all of the areas that were either too narrow to sail in or had too many shoals that we were inexperienced around. However, nature seemed to disagree. Once in the Albemarle Sound, after I had been complaining to Beau that we had done zero sailing so far, he finally caved. Even though we had been power sailing during the trip, it is not true sailing to me. So ...

      Not So Dismal

      A travel blog entry by ruthandpierce on Nov 07, 2012

      2 comments, 1 photo



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      From Norfolk, we went south via the Great Dismal Swamp Canal. The survey work for the Canal was done by George Washington... it's been around a while. The ICW was a primary route for freight and passengers prior to the railroads. The Dismal Swamp Canal is not the main route down the ICW and ...

      Virginia Cut

      A travel blog entry by aepietro on Jul 18, 2012

      1 comment, 2 photos

      ... br> Along the ICW there are many bridges that are around 65 feet (more or less depending on water levels and tides.) Our mast gets uncomfortably close to those bridges. The first few we went under, and any which had the water level unmarked by a measuring stick, we inched slowly under, keeping a close look out and ready to reverse the second the mast might hit. Going under a 64 foot bridge the antenna at the top of the ...

      It was a foxy morning

      A travel blog entry by gabbeec on Jul 08, 2009

      10 photos

      ... It appears that Corolla is the "hopping" end of the area. There was a small shopping area that also contained a couple of restaurants. The one recommended to us, The Fin and Claw, had been too full to take a reservation but had a table available for us by the time we got there. Once again, a great meal and a good bottle of wine rounded out our day.

      When we came ...