Hilton Garden Inn Outer Banks/Kitty Hawk
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The place allows pets, which is great, waking up with flea bites , not so much.
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Travel Blogs from Kitty Hawk
... 59 seconds, 852 feet high.
Then we leave North Carolina and enter Virginia!
Hit our first toll road with a surprise (too late to exit), and are welcomed at our motel in Newport News by heavy rain - so we decide to see the "Minions" movie at the cinema!
... during the 1920s. An industrialist Edward Knight who had bought a 4.5 mile section of the northern Outer Banks brought his new bride here on their honeymoon and she fell in love with the area. They started planning the building of their 21,000 sf home which was built in Art Nouveau style. They lived here for a few years but both died in 1936. During WWII it was the home of the USCG then leased out as a summer boarding school for young boys ...
... ago was back on the scene giving his two cents as well. Now i have two old guys in my engine.
Cleaning the connections did not work - so Kenneth whipped out his volt meter. Apparently the battery was not charging, so John suggested i go over to the boat yard across the road to get a boat battery (Apparently they are very good!) "Make sure the positive is on the right side" said John . What the F, their is no way in hell that I'm going to ...
... west bound traffic share this single Service Plaza (usually there is one on each side of the road), the parking lots and entrances and exits are separate. You cannot get to the west exit if you are traveling east.
We find a large wall map in the service area and try to figure out how to get back to where we want to be. We will have to continue about 10 miles and exit and take back roads or back track a long way. We decide to exit ...
Made it into OBX (Outer Banks) last night after driving for about 12 hours (counting stops for food and gas). The family (for the most part) is staying at a beautiful beach house where the tide is the backyard. It's supposed to be nicer the rest of the week, but so far the weather has been tolerable :)
We went to ...