Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Camp Lejeune
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... so it isn’t a huge bus. It was the perfect size, actually.
The couple who run the tour are local residents and have been doing the bus and sailboat tours for many years. The man, Les Pendleton, is also an author. He has a number of books published. He spent over 20 years in the motion picture business and his writing style is said to be highly influenced by that.
Les is also full of jokes and stories. Some of the jokes were ...
... don’t talk like that.
As we continued along the highway we could see dark clouds ahead of us. I wasn’t sure with all the direction changes of the road if we were actually heading towards them or not. At times, the sky was a cloudless blue. Well, before I could think anything else, I noticed the road was getting damp. We got a few sprinkles but nothing much. Cool, I guess the Jeep will stay clean.
Before long, though, it ...
... War but in 1903 the US Army abandoned. NC acquired the land and Fort for a State Park for $1 in 1924. During 1933-34 the CCC made repairs and it opened as NC first state park. However, in 1941 at the outbreak of World War II, the US Army leased the park from the state and manned the fort with troops to protect a number of nearby facilities. It was closed on November, 1944 and on October 1, 1946, the ...
... up closing the place down. When we were getting ready to leave, it was pouring down the rain. We talked about a cab but figured by the time the cab got there, if one came, we could already be at the hotel so we headed out. By the time we got there, we were all soaked, rain dripping off our heads wet. We all were laughing pretty hard by the time we got to the hotel. Thank goodness it was a long overnight so I could hang my clothes up to dry ...
... through the bridge. Some mild panic resulted as the various boats scrambled to stay out of the way. Further along the southbound boats simply moved aside until the barge passed while others asked the tug captain what their move to avoid him should be. The captain's response was usually something along the line of "stay out from in front of me" and "just don't run into me," both of which seemed pretty obvious.
The tug turned to ...