Dolphin Oceanfront Motel

Address: 8017 Old Oregon Inlet Road, Nags Head, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27959, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 8017 Old Oregon Inlet Road, Nags Head, is near Bodie Island Lighthouse, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, Tanger Outlets Nags Head, and Nags Head Golf Links.
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          Travel Blogs from Nags Head

          Nags Head to San Fran

          A travel blog entry by finchem on Nov 15, 2014

          1 comment, 7 photos

          ... we got to the hotel. Our room was AWESOME! There was a giant bed, a really comfy couch, a small but nice bathroom, a big closet, and a big TV. It was really cool. Then we went to Ghirardelli the chocolate shop where we got a hot fudge sundae and we saw the chocolate machine which was pretty cool. We walked back to the hotel and went to ...

          Fort Raleigh and a Lighthouse

          A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Sep 23, 2014

          29 photos

          ... the pilot refused to take them any further. The settlers repaired the original fort and dwellings. On August 18, 1587, Ananias and Elenora Dare had a daughter who was the first Christian born in North America and because of that, she was named Virginia. The Indians remembered how they had been treated, they killed a settler. The settlers then attacked a nearby Indian village, killing a villager before realizing that they were a friendly tribe. With ...

          Storm damage! - Emergency zone!

          A travel blog entry by roberton on Mar 24, 2013

          5 photos

          ... houses from The North of town were converted to a sandy pile of matchsticks by a storm 2 months ago and large sections of the road are regularly washed clean away. The houses across the road are built on an inlet that silted-up a few centuries ago, but the sea is busy reasserting itself as can be seen by the swimming pools full of sand, the undermined foundations and the thick deposits of sea-shell where gardens used to be. The bull-dozers have been busy for weeks ...

          Irene gets the last laugh

          A travel blog entry by andante_abroad on Sep 12, 2011

          3 photos

          ... man made islands 17 miles across the mouth of the Chesapeake. The two tunnels dive below the main shipping channels, we’d been told that it’s quite a sight to be plunging into a tunnel just as an aircraft carrier sails overhead (the naval bases of Norfolk and Annapolis both lie on the Chesapeake).

          We were treated to a fantastic run, every lamp standard was the favoured perch of at least two seabirds, sometimes four. We spotted ...

          And the Birds Walked Sideways

          A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 20, 2010

          2 photos

          Back to the beach this morning and we actually hit the low tide time perfectly. However, thanks to Igor, the waves seemed to be crashing and bashing the beach even harder than before. The No Swimming flags were still flying. The seagulls didn't even seem to want to get in the water but a lot of them would stand on the beach and watch the waves ...