Hamilton Cay At Bermuda Bay
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... we got to the hotel. Our room was AWESOME! There was a giant bed, a really comfy couch, a small but nice bathroom, a big closet, and a big TV. It was really cool. Then we went to Ghirardelli the chocolate shop where we got a hot fudge sundae and we saw the chocolate machine which was pretty cool. We walked back to the hotel and went to ...
... Rica. Just two draft beers every week would be an extra $416 in your pocket after 12 months.
I mean it really is that simple. We've been conditioned in America to think that traveling is a luxury, but the fact is we spend just as much money at home on things we overlook as what would be considered luxury in all the places to which we want to travel! If you want to get out there and see some distant part of the world, if you really want to do it, ...
... 1999, because the sand was eroding from under it. They moved it 2900 feet in 22 days. It was not disassembled but moved as it was, 200 feet tall and on a platform being rolled along a leveled roadbed. Would have liked to see that. The graveyard museum had a lot of civil war history in it and a big bunch of diving gear. Guess they needed to fill space. It had a lot of info on the Monitor, and a replica of it's turret. Not a big museum but an interesting, low profile ...
... and stocked up on snacks for driving like candy and Chex Mix and a drink, so I would be ready for a 5 hour drive the next day…and for many other days too.
I spent the evening relaxing in the hotel and watched tv. It was really nice to relax for once.
The next morning, I went out onto the beach. I couldn’t not go onto the Outer Banks and walk along it. It was cold and windy but nothing too major considering it was winter. It was a beautiful beach and ...
... tunnel when I was young and have always wanted to go through the tunnel again. We emerge from the tunnel and we are on the Chesapeake Bay Bridge. It goes on forever. We see some super interesting structures all lit up to our right but cannot tell what they are. I am dying to know, so we will have to come back and go over this bridge in the daylight.
We drive on in the dark, watching carefully for the Welcome to North Carolina ...