Econo Lodge Williamston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... down a little bit; kids were running around, free as birds. Everyone knew everyone (which I suppose could be both a good or bad thing), and folks just hanging out. It was nice. And it was nice to be able to go out and socialize with some of the team. We started today with home-cooked eggs, bacon, cheese biscuits cooked by Georgie himself, the owner of the local Georgie's Oyster Bar. And then we were off. Today I rode with Alycia, Alicia and Kim. And Lorenne ...
I always had North Carolina on my radar as one of those states I definitely wanted to visit..I've seen so many pictures of it and it just drew me in. Anyhow, the state has 2 very different landscapes to it...The West side of the state is mountainous (not unlike what we have in Tamarack), therefore higher elevations, cooler temps, Forest land. The Eastern side of North Carolina has the water..specifically the Outer Banks....and I love the water. So guess where we ...
... Carroll Natural Preserve in Greenville, North Carolina. We had snacks packed, lotion on, and our paddles ready. We embarked our journey heading up river in perfect weather with a perfect sun overhead. After a few minutes of traveling upstream we started to notice rickety old metal structures and pipes coming into the water. Remember when I said it goes all the way back to the Civil War, well I didn't lie. Back during that time, ...
Crazy ride today. Few rain showers, very hot and humid, tons of traffic and lights thru the little towns making the kms feel longer. Rode thru a beautiful town in NC called New Bern. Very picturesque, a maze of bridges over the Neuse river. No motels, though! Off to dinner. Not sure if we can beat last nights charmer. A cross between the Hook, back home, and the Mayfair tavern. All the prerequisite characters were present to round out the experience and a two man show on ...
... Museum where they flew the first airplane.
Bev found us a place to eat after the tour, it was called "Sam & Omies". Once we got inside we found it was a "local bar hangout", but our waitress was great and the shrimp sandwiches were yummy.
We headed off the island about 5 pm. and drove about an hour to Plymouth, NC to our hotel for the night. Took lots of pictures ...