Days Inn Kill Devil Hills Oceanfront - Wilbur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... at 208 feet. A drive down the narrow strip of land with the beach running alongside the road, to the Hatteras lighthouse .A big climb, but well worth the effort with the view from the top. Garry's knees announced when were returned to 'terra firma', they were NOT doing any more lighthouses.
On the return journey we did a detour to visit a smaller lighthouse, the ...
... the beach when we saw a woman chasing a fairly large crab toward the water. Harley caught a glimpse of it running on the sand and took off after it. The crab reacted by rearing up and holding its claws up high in a defensive position. It sidled along a bit further and Harley tried to catch it. I grabbed Harley, for his benefit and that of the crab, and tried to reach for the camera in my pocket at the same time. Before I could get the camera out a ...
... though. Yes, they passed the taste test with flying colors. Cheryl said that she might even like it better than our La Fogata. Wow, that is a compliment. We talked to one of the staff that we think was the owner, and expressed our feelings about the place. Turns out his wife has a sister in Ontario, California whom she visits every year for five week stretches. Small world.
Despite how good it was, mine was so much I couldn’t finish so ...
... offer a "flexible date" search where you can figure out what the cheapest days in a short period of time are. Research their baggage fees too.
Once you have a basic idea of where you want to go - research. It's fun. The internet is a wonderful tool for travel planning. Two great sites are Wikitravel and TripAdvisor. Check'em out. Travel.state.gov also offers very good foreign travel information but they tend to seriously exaggerate the threat of ...
... 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,