DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel New Bern Riverfront

100 Middle Street, New Bern, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 28560, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 100 Middle Street, New Bern, is near Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens, Birthplace of Pepsi, New Bern Fireman's Museum, and Tarheel Adventures.
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    Travel Blogs from New Bern

    Day 9 of the Bowser family vacation

    A travel blog entry by bambinmike on Jun 15, 2014

    This morning I went for my last morning walk on the beach. I then went and woke the family up to go swimming in the ocean before a late breakfast. Our hotel check out was for 11am but we totally missed that. We then drove to New Bern to get some pictures of some places around town that I wanted reminders of from my childhood. We visited my great …

    Rain and Wind

    A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... the jeep since we were in a back-in site. When we did leave, the street in front of the campground was flooded, but vehicles were going by and, while we needed to drive slowly for a couple of blocks, we were able get out of town. Also, the road crews had been out early grading and moving the sand off the roadway so we made it off the island and to the mainland without any issues. We ended up driving in heavy to light rain and fortunately a tailwind all ...

    Drive, ferry, drive, ferry with a Yetti, drive

    A travel blog entry by mikenda on Sep 08, 2014

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    We left very early and drove to the end of Cape Hatteras to catch our first ferry. It was a short ride, only about an hour long. It dropped us at the top of Ocracoke Island and then we drove across this island where we waited for the long ferry ride (about 3 hours) to the mainland. There is only one ferry running today. Luckily we have reservations! They really packed us in too. We were unable to get out of our coach we were packed in so tight! We thought, well, ...

    Enjoying the Grandkids!!!

    A travel blog entry by jcopsey on Jul 10, 2014

    15 photos

    ... let one of their dogs take a **** near the shoreline, then just left it there as we all sat there in disbelief. Yuck! A good Samaritan did appear out of no where with a plastic bag to scoop it up and throw it away, thank goodness!

    We ended the day with a table full of steamed blue crabs and a torrential down pour that came in handy when we needed to quickly clean our hands to grab another beer. Julie was a little surprised as ...

    Day 27-29: North Carolina

    A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jul 08, 2014

    27 photos

    ... Refuge. On this flat, swampy highway, we drove an hour and saw one house and probably two other vehicles. These secluded back roads made Kelsey freak out a bit and deservingly so. I kept hoping and praying that we would not get a flat tire or worse. It was 85 degrees out and we would have no business being stuck in the boonies of Alligator Swamp land in North Carolina. We drove through Stumpy Point and a few other one horse towns before reaching what we could ...