Comfort Inn On The Ocean
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Comfort Inn On The Ocean Kill Devil Hills
Travel Blogs from Kill Devil Hills
... the east side of the road for some distance. Anyway, I guess it is something to look at along this stretch.
We made it to Nags Head, which is the city that is the entry point to the island when you arrive from Highway 64. Regarding the origin of the town's colorful name, the legend of Nags Head began in the days of piracy. When tales drifted ashore about the wonderful treasures traveling at sea that were being plundered by "rogue ...
... there were many clouds to the west. We hung around and talked for a while until the sun had set, then we headed back home. Around 9:30 it started raining again, but it only lasted a few minutes. It is likely to continue raining off and on all night.
So, that was our day. Harley is really tuckered out from all his adventures. I think he has really had a great time here. We plan to head north to see the Wright Brothers Memorial tomorrow.
I’ll let you know how it ...
... t worried about it and were just going about their day to day stuff.
Now the radio is telling us that the ferry to Ocracoke Island is not going to be working on Friday so we may have to cut our trip short as that is the only way to get there. They are also saying that the storm should be all over by lunchtime Friday, so they may start it again in the afternoon. We will play it by ear.
Our hotel is ...
... d love even more if it would help even just one person to step out of their comfort zone and enter this spectacular realm of living. Over the next few days I'll write a post about saving up, my very basic "planning " stages, packing, and the like. The good stuff will start shortly after February 3rd when I land in Bali.
Oh, and please spread this around! It will be way easier for me to keep up with this if I know people are actually reading it!
... to see the third light. North Carolina Ferry System operates the ferries and there is no charge to ride from Hatteras Point to Ocracoke. This is North Carolinas oldest operating light, it stands 75 feet tall, and was built in 1823. It had a 4th order Fresnel lens, and is a harbor light.
We start heading west on Wednesday, going to the Biltmore House in Asheville, NC. See you there.
And the adventure continues,