Cypress House Inn
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... the ravages of the ocean was incredible.....it was jacked and shifted cutting a path from the Oceanside, where after 150 years the waves were now washing around its base; through what is now the carpark, and now resting back far enough to be safe for another 150 years.
5 Lighthouses dot this narrow strip of land and we wanted to visit the tallest brick beacon in the ...
... rained for nearly six hours straight on the trip down here. He was happy to see some clear skies.
Around 5:30 we headed down to the beach with Harley in tow for another shot at finding sea shells. The beach looked like the last high tide really came in high on the beach. As a result, there were a nice group of shells to pick from. We had a field day collecting them. Harley, as usual, enjoyed walking along the surfs edge.
We were a ...
... free chips so she asked for fresh corn tortillas and explained why. The waiter said he would have the kitchen cook them up on the grill and get them nice and crispy for her. Shortly thereafter, here came a plate of nicely crisped corn tortillas and a separate bowl for salsa. Cool! Cheryl really liked them, but not as much as chips.
Our meals came and they passed the first two tests. They looked good and they smelled good. Test number three was ...
... best museums in the world." And from there it's a domino effect.
Pick a country, find out where its major airport is, and book a ticket. And don't just choose the closest airport to you for your most convenient dates - search around for airfare options. I live in North Carolina but have flown out of New York multiple times because it's actually cheaper for me to take a train there than fly out of an airport closer to where I live. Most airline ...
... It stands 150 feet high, and has a first-order Fresnel lens.
Cape Hatteras Light, the tallest in the US, stands 208 feet. It also had a first order lens. The original lens was removed by retreating Confederate soldiers to keep it out of the hands of the Union. In 1999 the light was moved 1/2 mile inland because of coastal erosion, a project that took 23 days.
We had to take a short ferry ride (in the Honda, no bus) to ...