Holiday Inn Express Kitty Hawk Beach
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... be surrounded by young people. They had a community campfire that we joined to share their toasted marsh-mellows.
On Monday, August 11th, we visited Roanoke Island, which is accessible by bridge. In the 1580s 3 expeditions organized by Sir Walther Raleigh arrived on the island in attempts to set up a colony and establish possession of this area of the New World. All attempts failed, and the last group ...
... which the first shots of the Civil War were fired on April 12, 1861. 6 days after South Carolina declared its secession, U.S. army major Robert Anderson abandoned the indefensible Fort Moultrie, and secretly relocated 127 men to Fort Sumter. The fort came under siege by confederate forces, who demanded that Anderson surrender. When he refused, the firing began. After 34 hours of constant bombardment Anderson realized that the ...
... which is like a sting ray with no stinger. He was so excited to catch it since they put up a pretty good fight. After some local pizza Mike and Brian went fishing again at night where Brian caught another skate and what he calls a "pier fish". His pier fish that he caught was the pier itself so we had to cut his line. Overall a nice relaxing and memorable day. ...
... it a good one. With prices being high on the Outer Banks, we had decided to share a room with the Sach's to cut the cost. Louise during her frantic attempt to escape the previous nights camping had discovered a place "Sea Ranch Resort" which promised a two bedroom suite on the beach. Leslie's negotiation skills had got the price down to $200 for the night ($100 for each couple). This turned out to be the greatest deal of the trip so far. The place ...
... are now hatched in hoards and hugely hungry. Folk are running from the beach, crowded into netted gazebos or like us, spending the evening behind screened windows. A neighbour dashed outside to do something and nearly lost both arms and legs! But we’re parked and thankful. Over 400 k’s on the clock today.
We learn later that it will take 1100 piles to get the bridge back, the only access from the north, to date they’ve done ...