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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... That this day ended with Walmart and McDonalds is not a good sign.
We had time to visit with other customers that were waiting as well. We came to find out that there was at least one accident on the bridge and possibly two. One was a local businessman from Kitty Hawk everyone seemed to know he had a heart attack and drove head on into a truck from Texas. One person was dead but no one knew if it was the local man of the ...
... flew gliders from and took in the great views of the area. For lunch we found a NC style BBQ joint across from our hotel to check that off of our list of things to do. We took the kids swimming in the ocean and the water was freezing. It did not deter Mike from teaching Brian how to bogie board on some waves, but Mike was happy to get out of the water ...
... jerry rig a boat battery into my car i thought. All i want is to pry these two old guys off my car and jump the battery as i had originally planned. Worse case i would call AAA. Finally John and Kenneth allowed me to jump the car. And guess what it worked. So much for old mechanics, I am the nuts. We set off with Kenneth's warning in my ear that our battery was no good and we should replace it immediately. Yeah right old man, I thought. Later that day ...
... today, and also learned about Roanoke Island where some of the first settlers came. The Lost Colony has a really interesting history about how when the settlers returned 3 years after coming here in the first place, the homes and life that the ones who had originally left behind had established were gone. No one knows where ...
... to the mainland.
That was all for tomorrow, right now, hot, sticky and tired we need a camp and there are not that many at the northern end.
There’s a “dry camp” (no hook ups) in a state park 14 miles south, could be full, there’s a campground beyond that, very long way, - so let’s ask the GPS! GPS comes up with two options on an island close by, we thankfully head down the side road towards them on ...