Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Camp Lejeune
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... when we drove up to it, that it looked like a super Walmart in size.
Their commissary was equally large and well stocked.
We then returned to the coach and chilled out the rest of the day. Shirley went to the beach and met a newlywed whose husband is a young Marine. It was refreshing to hear that they were still expecting that they use the same courtesy and ...
... So, for grins, I pushed the on button on the keypad and it turned on and the jacks went down and leveled the coach. Life is good! Now, I just hope they go back up when we leave in three days. Our site is about 200 yards from the ocean. The park has 42 sites with full hook-ups with 50 amp service, and most of them have a shelter over a picnic table. Best yet, is the price is ...
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, ...
... Emerald. Roy said the course was in excellent shape, but it’s hard to compete with someone who makes 300+ yard drives and is always on the green in two strokes! Never the less, they had a good time. The only thing missing was our other son, Ryan. Interestingly, the guy who was working at the clubhouse told Roy he had seen him about an hour earlier and when he saw the mustache and the Diamondbacks shirt he knew it had to be Shawn's ...
... park to gliders. We didn’t see any in flight, but a few were stationary on the dunes, possibly waiting for desirable winds. After checking out one more option to camp in the OBX and it being completely full, Kelsey and I decided to stay in a hotel in the nearest suburb roughly three hours west.
The drive from North Carolina’s coast inland was an interesting cruise. First we drove down a country road through an area called Alligator ...