Tranquil House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... from Boston in the North to Florida in the South where a potential hurricane is developing.
Desperation set in today. Both of us were sick of drinking wine and coffee out of disposable cups. Hotel rooms and efficiencies (apartments) only have disposable cups. Making tea is painful - running water through a one cup coffee maker to get it hot or boiling it in a paper cup in the microwave. No electric jug or toaster in the room. We headed off to the local Dollar Shop ...
... it plays for the last almost 80 years, 6 days a week) about this Lost Colony. Great costumes, effects, and scenery with the ocean in the background.
We camp in the dunes of the Outer Banks, which basically is 100 miles of golden and fine sand.
... wanted. He pretty much stayed with me until he saw two people out in the waves and he jumped in and started swimming their way. I had to call him to come back. I don’t know what he was thinking. We walked around for about 20 minutes by ourselves until Cheryl arrived.
Harley, as usual, introduced us to another couple who were walking along the beach. We ended up talking to them for well over an hour as we stood by the water’s edge. The ...
After I ended last night's blog I drove to the nature conservatory, but it was too dark to tell much and just headed back. I drove out to Covington, the only town I had yet to peruse. Found a horse. I drove out to Avalon Pier with my hot chocolate. Well it was a private pier and I would have had to climb over a 8" ish tall fence to get to the pier. Since it was about 15" up and I was rather sore ...
... with a deeper appreciation for life close to home. And the diversity of life in this small section of the world is absolutely amazing. We saw frogs, toads, lizards, venomous snakes, alligators, river otters, and an amazing number of beautiful fish, including wrasses and sea horses. They even have a "touch tank" where visitors can pet a few sea creatures, such as stingrays and horseshoe crabs. Towards the end, we ...