Comfort Inn On The Ocean
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... temperature climbing steadily by noon we had crossed into North Carolina and in a nice 90 degrees.
The Outer Banks are a fragile barrier Island system, 200 miles long ,East off the coast of the Carolina's- a long narrow ribbon of sand stretching North to South along the coast of North Carolina, famous for its many lighthouses and the famous Wright Brothers;Orville ...
After we finished our tour of the facility we headed back south. I stopped to gas up the Jeep and then we stopped for lunch at our new favorite restaurant, La Fogata. I can't believe we have driven over 1,500 miles in the Jeep alone.
We relished our lunch (La Fagota again) and snapped a picture of the place before hitting the road again. We stopped along the route home to take a look at another light house. This one is ...
... 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 ...
... Rica. Just two draft beers every week would be an extra $416 in your pocket after 12 months.
I mean it really is that simple. We've been conditioned in America to think that traveling is a luxury, but the fact is we spend just as much money at home on things we overlook as what would be considered luxury in all the places to which we want to travel! If you want to get out there and see some distant part of the world, if you really want to do it, ...
... back to the visitor center to finish our short hike. Then we started making our way home. It was getting late in the afternoon and we wanted to stop back in Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge and try to see a bear. We drove around on the Wildlife Drive and saw more swans in the flooded fields, but no bear. Maybe next time. We got back on US-64 just as the sun was going down and made our way back to ...