Hatteras Island Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHatteras Island Inn Buxton
The staff were very helpful and knowledgeable of the area. they recommended a restaurant just next door (name escapes me but the food was unforgettable).
I would gladly stay here again and recommend it to anyone going to the lighthouse for a visit as it is just around the corner from it.
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... Lighthouse that Brain and Mike were able to climb the 267 steps to the top. Mike complained the whole time to Brian about his ankle hurting, to stay away from the short hand rails, and to stay away from the edge once on the top. Brian keeps calling Mike a chicken. Mike claims the deathtrap rusty stairwell is 150 years old and ready to give way at any moment. We couldn't take the baby up so I stayed with her since I have ...
... the beach for well over an hour, finally we caught a glimpse of the owl. She was resting on the beach with her eyes closed, but not totally asleep. We got some pictures before some sea gulls started harassing her and she flew to another spot on the beach. I think a few of these gulls may have made a recent meal for her. She is a mighty hunter, but quite outnumbered by the gulls. With the Cape ...
... plane magazine which I am sure he will read cover to cover at some point. They had a very cute dog named Anna who totally freaked out when Louise rubbed her belly.
We ended off the night with a night time beach stroll searching for crabs. Alas we did not see any crabs but Louise took the most fantastic night & light photos of us. See pictures for proof that Chris and I still know how to spell our names.
... and a forest of post-holes (at least 417 but more likely 500 ). The finds are very early C17th and show transfer of European material to the native peoples. The prize finds we're a 1604 Nuremberg counting token and a 1kg mass of smelted copper. As so few Europeans had visited N America at this time, there are relatively few ways that the goodies could have got here.......change a few names and implements and it's just a big game of Cluedo......except much more ...
We stayed in a four storey house in the Outer Banks of North Carolina in a town called Rodanthe with my dad's archeology friend Mark Horton, Maggie and Scott and their girls and Jo, Fred, Rosie and Joel from Bristol University. We were digging for evidence that Native Americans lived there in 1586 onwards and also English settlers. We found lots ...