Baymont Inn & Suites / Camp LeJeune
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... and others, well, a bit corny. But he and his wife are well versed in the history of New Bern. We traveled through the streets of the city while they pointed out sites that were of historic interest.
The town is one of the most pristine of any we have seen thus far. I told you that Charleston was a clean and neat town, but this takes it to another level. There are blocks and blocks of historic homes, and each of them have a plaque on the front ...
... down again. This time it was much harder and I had to turn on the wipers and “burn” my headlights. It lasted only about five minutes, but was plenty enough to make short work of a newly cleaned Jeep. At least the inside is still clean.
I felt sorry for the people I saw heading the other direction on their Harleys. They obviously weren’t prepared for the rain since they were wearing only short sleeve shirts – ...
... appear to be multi units and some just single but of course all are on stilts except an occasional old one that must have made it thru storms. When we were watching TWC about the storm they were reporting from Wrightsville Beach which is below us and then referred to Atlantic Beach.
Mosied down to the end of the island which is a free State Park that includes Fort Macon. There were various Forts ...
This place brought back memories. The only other time I was in Jacksonville, NC was last year when Charlotte got the big snowstorm that had the airport shut down off and on for 4 days (mostly shut down). I got stuck in Jacksonville, NC from Tuesday morning at 8:30 till we left on Friday morning at 11:00. There are only 3 gates at this airport, very small. I was happy to see that we stayed in a nicer area and there were a lot stuff around the hotel. ...
... at New River Inlet while we proceeded to the Surf City Bridge. We were making miles and Otto was driving (Otto is our faithful autopilot). Out of the blue, Otto decides to make a 90 degree left turn. The channel here is pretty narrow so Otto was quickly relieved of his duties and hand steering took over. Sadly, I'm afraid Otto may be terminally ill. He doesn't respond to the usual corrective measures or a new fuse. Diagnosis of his ...