Hampton Inn & Suites Atlantic Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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We were here once back in 2006 when we were shopping for a trawler. Happy to say the town has revived itself and the waterfront is thriving with dining and shopping.
We are staying at the Town Creek Marina. Which is a hike to town due to construction of a new bridge and road closures.
We have ...
... appear to be multi units and some just single but of course all are on stilts except an occasional old one that must have made it thru storms. When we were watching TWC about the storm they were reporting from Wrightsville Beach which is below us and then referred to Atlantic Beach.
Mosied down to the end of the island which is a free State Park that includes Fort Macon. There were various Forts ...
... The pirate Blackbeard was a frequent visitor to the area in the early 1700's and in 1996 they found the wreckage of his flagship, the Queen Anne’s Revenge. Apparently it was discovered in only about 20 feet of water and local boats had been traveling across it all of that time.
Beaufort is absolutely gorgeous. The streets are lined with beautiful old southern houses dating back to 1700. It was lovely just wondering the quiet streets ...
Time to keep moving south and onto North Carolina.
Spend most of today in the Motorhome, with a lot of toilet, eating and making coffee stops.
Hopped off the major motorway and headed down Hwy 17, 13, 17 and 70. It was such a wonderful trip (for me anyway, in the passenger seat). Passed lots of gorgeous farms and farmhouses (again) and cute little towns. I could ...
... adding knots to our boat speed. This would help us make miles but the long push up Adams Creek with the tide in our face would soon prove to be a tortuously slow effort. With dark approaching we slogged along, alone on this stretch as sunset eased closer. Passing Cedar Creek we faced an increasing amount of fog. Soon we were IFR, using the GPS, compass courses, depth sounder and STD navigation. We met every mark as predicted and soon we were in the Neuse, ...