Econo Lodge North

1220 W. 15th St., Washington, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27889, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1220 W. 15th St., Washington, is near North Carolina Estuarium and Pamlico River.
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Travel Blogs from Washington

Official Day 3 - Just Under 50ish Miles

A travel blog entry by alicoad on May 18, 2014

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... a lazy, easy two-hour lunch: frisbee, lunch, swings, naps. All of it fantastic. The roads were a little more crowded and rough than I typically like, but we all made it. Alycia took a spill; her tire hit a HUGE pothole and she went down right into the middle of the road. She's alright and so is her bike, both a little banged up, but I think it was just more scary for her than anything. That happened at mile, like, 48; just about a mile away from camp. While ...

Day 4: Belhaven

A travel blog entry by breezer.hill on May 16, 2014

Bullet points since I'm way behind on these blog posts: Belhaven was gorgeous. *we took REAL showers in a real home * I met Bud, a local, kind gentleman who opened up his house to us and shares stories about his life *Delicious meal *playing MASH with the group over a beer on the water after ...

Cotton Pickin North Carolina

A travel blog entry by renee.harbig on Nov 05, 2013

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... a beach that we had basically had by ourselves but the chance to come across these horses really brought out the excited little girl in me I must admit. We drove for a ways, knew we could keep on driving for a very long time on this stretch (or until the tide came in..what an uh oh that would be.."hello Farmers Insurance"...) but decided after seeing others ahead turn around that maybe we should do the same. It was great fun(video attached)....even if we didn't see ...

To think this would start a story.....

A travel blog entry by bradsadventures on May 06, 2013

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... to destroy all their supplies so that the Union soldiers wouldn't get their hands on any. At a place called Taft's Store, there were over 1000 barrels of tar, which was far too much to burn, so the only way they could get rid of it was to dump it all in the river, which they did, and the name the Tar River was born.
My advice, don't take a bath in the water but other than that definitely kayak, paddle board, or fish in it ...

Alligator River

A travel blog entry by aepietro on Jul 19, 2012

2 comments, 6 photos

... alone in nature cruising at a leisurely pace not seeing another soul and most of the time isolated from cell service. The river passes multiple wildlife refuges including the Mattamuskeet. I'm not sure if there are actually alligators in the alligator river, but I kept my eyes peeled, some of the time looking through the binoculars. I didn't see any.
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