Holiday Inn Express And Suites Roanoke Rapids SE
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- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
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Ce matin vu notre coucher tardif hier, on se lève plus tard, vers 8h. La nuit a été bonne, on confirme donc que cet hôtel à Jacksonville, si vous voulez faire un stop au début de la Floride, c'est vraiment "Nice"!
Le déjeuner inclus offre suffisamment de choix pour satisfaire tout le monde. Estomac rempli, on ferme nos valises et nous voilà …
... for about 70 miles advertising for "South of the Border". The ads were hilarious so we thought we should stop in at this store. When we got there it was a mini city. Everything from rides to an alligator exhibition. Too funny. We stopped in Roanoke Rapids for the night. No rain but overcast and humid. Had a late dinner then went to the hot tub for a bit. Not a hot tub, more like a warm tub. Staying at The RV Resorts @ Carolina Crossroads. Very new, but very nice for $30 ...
... is Race Weeks and you have to show support for your favorite drivers. I think Kitty found the biggest Tony Stewart flag to hang in the windshield of their coach. We took a brief ride around to get familiar with the lay of the land. Kitty served dinner again tonight - crab cakes, deviled eggs, tomatoes, cheesy broccoli, and pretzel salad. It was great! I think we will let her cater all our camping meals. ...
Happy mother's day to everyone that is a mother! Sunny and 81 outside at 10:06 a.m. We decided to leave a little later this morning to rest up and give that storm in the North a chance to work its way out of its system. Guess we are headed for rain but luckily the tropical storm was not as bad as they predicted! YAHOO! Today's RV resort will be located in Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina. The inch of rain predicted for the Myrtle Beach area redirected ...
... looking birds here, including a helmeted curassow, burrowing owls, a red-wattled curassow, and a toco toucan. Near the end of this exhibit, we stopped to see the laughing kookaburras. They didn’t seem to be in a singing mood, so Justine looked up their call on her phone and played it for them. Once they heard it, they flew together from opposite sides of the cage and began singing their little hearts out. It was really exciting to watch ...