Extended Stay America - Jacksonville - Camp Lejeune
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
... walked the beach and played in the shallow river water. People were walking 50-100 yards out into the river and it only went waist deep. The water was very warm and golden in color due to the high iron content of the surrounding sandstone. We had a beautiful sunset and nice big campfire to cap the evening.
The next day we decided to hike one of the nearby trails. It had a neat boardwalk running through the lowland swamp. All of the trees were swelled ...
... shells where the birds drop shells here to break them open hence the shark teeth being in here.I found 8 and Brian found 3, they are all small teeth but really cool. It is nearing the end of our family vacation. We had a great time and would love to stay at the beach forever but are ready to come home. It has been such a busy fun filled, educational, and historic vacation. We will need a vacation from our ...
Rained all night, hot (75 degrees) and humid this morning. Drove across the bridge to New Bern looking for the post office - small branch which didn't open until 10:30. Ate breakfast, walked around Middle Street. A local pharmacy is where the formula for Pepsi-cola was developed. I checked out the Pepsi store but didn't ...
... side of the Neuse River. To get here I had to cross a network of bridges. I suspect this whole Coastal area is connected by any number of bridges as well as ferries. I'll find out tomorrow. Still 75 degrees here at 11:00. I'm not complaining as the area I drove through this morning was hit with heavy thunderstorms, flooding, straight line winds this evening. Looks like we escaped it for ...