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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... otherwise in the downtown area. If you took the cars off the street, it would be easy to see what it looked like over 100 years ago. There were many small businesses including restaurants, antiques stores, offices and markets. There were virtually no vacant business buildings and everything was immaculately maintained. There were numerous churches and a few government buildings in this area as well. There was a real 'hometown’ feeling around here. It ...
... square-mile United States military training facility. The base's 14 miles of beaches make it a major area for amphibious assault training, and its location between two deep-water ports (Wilmington and Morehead City) allows for fast deployments. The base has been in operation since 1941.
To help prepare warfighters for combat and humanitarian missions abroad, Camp Lejeune takes advantage of 156,000 acres, 11 miles of beach capable of ...
... border of Camp Lejeune has over nighters, full timers, permanent smaller mobile homes. It is clean and most sites have wood decks and surrounded with trees, with wi-fi, cable and we even got a free t-shirt.
We got here and the weather was beautiful!! Sun out and a nice breeze so we opened the windows and prepared to clean out the disabled refrigerator. I guess we didn't think about what ...
... to the hotel about 10:15 pm but we didn't need to catch the hotel shuttle till 4:30 the next day. So we had all day. The captain said we were going to walk to The Ale House so once we got settled in our rooms and changed clothes, we met downstairs and walked there. It was a bit of a walk. We kept asking him if he knew where it was, seemed we were never going to get there. We all had a drink and got something to eat, sat there and laughed a ...
... at New River Inlet while we proceeded to the Surf City Bridge. We were making miles and Otto was driving (Otto is our faithful autopilot). Out of the blue, Otto decides to make a 90 degree left turn. The channel here is pretty narrow so Otto was quickly relieved of his duties and hand steering took over. Sadly, I'm afraid Otto may be terminally ill. He doesn't respond to the usual corrective measures or a new fuse. Diagnosis of his ...