Holiday Inn Rocky Mount I-95 @ US 64
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for Wilson - it has the World's Largest Collection of Whirlygigs (things that move when blown by the wind) . We were so impressed when reading about it that we gave it a big miss. The hotel toilet paper has 2 sides - really rough, and the other is grease proof. It's all single ply too, so handle with care. There should be a sign as you enter Wilson: Move along, there is nothing to see ...
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... I drove Sarah crazy and she made me stop. Neither flight was too unbearably long so the day went by breezy. it will never cease to amaze me how quickly you can traverse the country by plane.
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... All we had to do was hold up a seed stick and one or two would land on our hands and start eating the seeds. Sometimes, the birds were not in a sharing mood and one would chase the other one off and have the seed stick to herself. Once the parakeets had cleaned off all the seed from the sticks, we headed to the other side of the exhibit where the American flamingos were standing in a shallow pool of water. We bought some bags of duck pellets to feed ...