Cambridge Cove At Bermuda Bay
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Cambridge Cove At Bermuda Bay Kill Devil Hills
Travel Blogs from Kill Devil Hills
Good day to everyone. Well, it rained pretty ******* and off last night. We had to close the windows since the wind was blowing it sideways, but it was fine as it had cooled off nicely. It was only misting when we got up but the forecast called for rain most of the day. I checked the weather radar online and it did look like we had some rain still coming. So be it.
We ate breakfast and decided to get going in case it did begin to rain. Our plan ...
... the eagles in Decorah we figured it was a large bird and then in flies Mom and Dad Osprey. <b><u>THURSDAY May 14<sup>th</sup></u>&l t;/b> –Woke our last day on the island to 58 degrees and the wind blowing at 15 mph but at least it isn’t raining. We decided to explore the island which doesn’t take long. Our campground is on the south end and the below us are more homes and some of the fishing and industrial ...
... that someone has made such easy money by thinking up that a loose hose swings and flies every where but to contain it just at the right point and make it look like a cow's tail wagging was ingenious. I had never seen them before.
We got back around dark, and settled in on the balcony to watch Arthur coming up the coast. The lightning started around 10pm and the heavy rain ...
... determination, and a very firm belief that in this life you can do whatever the hell you want. If I ever win the lottery and travel with my earnings, call me lucky all day.
If I, for whatever reason, had to pin the concept of "luck" to any part of the fulfilling of my wanderlust, it would be this:
I am lucky to come from a family that supports me and my decisions (thank you, sincerely, Mom and Dad), and to have realized ...
... brothers. When he eventually tired of his own voice, we were allowed out to see the site where the brothers worked. The simplicity of the field and its stone markers did allow some sense of history to ooze from the ground, which was a relief. By not spending too much money here, the Parks' Service have managed not to ruin it. A muzzle for one particular guide would be a sound ...