Nags Head Beach Inn

Address: 303 E. Admiral St., Nags Head, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27959, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 303 E. Admiral St., Nags Head, is near Jockey's Ridge State Park, Nags Head Woods Preserve, Stop-N-Shop Beach Shop, and Tracks in the Sand.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsNags Head Beach Inn

    Reviewed by katrin_on_tour

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    Reviewed May 18, 2013
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    Travel Blogs from Nags Head

    North Carolina and co.

    A travel blog entry by k.christian on Aug 09, 2015

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    ... is where eastern Americans would go for family vacation. Every building was a seafood shack, beach toy store, hotel or vacation rental. I'm still not convinced anyone actually lived on the Outer Banks. Katy requested a stop at Jockeys Ridge, a large patch of rather big sand dunes. The Wright brothers learned to fly on these dunes. It had a neat-o desert feel. I spotted the shape of a man kneeling on one knee to another shape. Had I ...

    Forts, friends...and ferries

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 09, 2014

    23 photos

    ... again.
    The next morning, Sunday August 3rd, we awoke to rain, so we were pleased to take advantage of eating at the pancake breakfast served by the camp staff and not having to cook in the rain. We ventured back to Charleston to join a city tour. Our first stop on the tour was Fort Sumter. We boarded the ferry to the fort after a quick look at the displays in the visitors' center. The fort is famous in American history as being the ...

    Day 1: Getting Oriented

    A travel blog entry by breezer.hill on May 13, 2014

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    ... in your clan. It was pretty hilarious trying to make out the "Baaaaa"s of us sheep from the "Bagalk"s from the chickens near us. After all the ice breakers, we had dinner, talked about a typical day in the life, and plans for the next day. We concluded the night with a beer at the restaurant across the street and even made it back in time for curfew at 11 ;) Tomorrow we get on out ...

    Bears, Earthquakes, and Hurricanes...

    A travel blog entry by katie27 on Aug 23, 2011

    2 comments, 54 photos

    ... daily jobs, people are walking to and from the beach, and cars driving around. We got in the car and went shopping. Kevin needed sunglasses (and we needed the cheapest ones we could find). He found a pair at a grocery store. We bought cold cuts for our lunch tomorrow, and dinner for the night.

    Our phones still weren't working, but we watched the news-we learned about Libya and the rebels and how the Earthquake was felt by everyone who lives in ...

    Back out on the Outer Banks

    A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Apr 14, 2011

    26 photos

    ... inhabited the area and were an agrarian people. The colonists learned much from them. The colonists were, by and large, city folks, merchants and the like, with nary a craftsman among the lot. The had to learn much just to survive. One photo shows the Olde English, with the f-like character representing the "s", in our current language.

    A highlight of the day, for me, was the visit to the Replica settlement. ...

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