Grice-Fearing House Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... There is still a very strong northeaster. We are staying in an Inn facing Pamlico Sound - much more protected than facing the ocean.
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We started the day with a visit to the hotel laundry. Taking the time to do the washing is an evil necessity when on the road for an extended period. As we did not have far to go, the late start did not matter. Brian was keen to visit the Wright Brothers Memorial - at the site where ...
... we were invited into the gate house for coffee and conversation. He even made us yogurt and granola parfaits!!!! Bob is known to many boaters for being a super friendly attendant and having extensive knowledge about the Dismal Swamp and it's history. He can also play the Conch shell.
The Dismal Swamp Canal is the oldest continually operating, hand-dug waterway in the United ...
Arrived on Saturday with long delays from enormous traffic jams. Stopped for lunch at the Saving Station and then unpacked. Take out for dinner. Sunday: To the beach and pool. Off to the Aquarium and dinosaur exhibition. Dinner out and the Rita's had chocolate ices, unbelievable. Today, Monday, beach, pool and lunch home (zucchini ...
... words creating the ribs & body of the fish, Grouper, but the restaurant was tucked away with barely a sign to mark it The bartender there was awesome! His name was "Kraig, with a K." He served us nice, strong drinks & when we were ready to pay our tab he gave us a free trash bag full of ice for our cooler on the boat! We also met another couple at Grouper’s & the lady happened to be the same woman who helped guide us into ...
... 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 ...