Travelodge Nags Head Beach Hotel/Outer Banks
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... kids trying our hand at record breaking flights in the famous Kill Devil Hill winds. We enjoyed a very good ranger lecture and the interpretive center and then made the hike up the hill to the memorial. Maxwell and Esme insisted on a kids vs adults race up the hill on different paths. They won, but only just. It was a great experience and amazing to stand on top of the hill and look down at the ...
... and stores as the northern part does. We made it to Hatteras Island Lighthouse that has an interesting history as you can imagine sticking out in the ocean this far from land and at places it is so narrow you can see the ocean on one side and the sound on the other. The first lighthouse was built in 1803 and the current one was built in 1872 and is the world’s second tallest <u>brick</u> lighthouse. It was original built 1500 feet from the ocean ...
... I headed down the beach to join the others. The girls were swimming, Gail & Jeff sunning.
The weather was back to normal but the waves weren't. We had to be cautious when swimming.
We came back to the room just as the sun was setting, showered, and set ourselves up on the balcony to listen to the waves and music, chat and have a few beers. God this life is hard to take.
... around your hostel in the open. Yeah, **** happens and sometimes things get stolen, but stuff gets stolen in America too. Keep only as much cash on you at one time as you need and keep your money spread around in different bags. Don't keep all your money in your checking account. If your card gets stolen they'll have a field day. Keep your balance very low until you need more money - then make a transfer online and withdraw your funds. Just be smart and you'll be fine.
We were able to walk each distance for the first four flights the Wright Brother's took. We have fantastic pictures and will get them posted as soon as we can. Hopefully one of these campsites we are at will have a descent connection to be able to upload pictures.
The Wright Brother's were definitely brave. I don't think I could have gotten on one those planes they built and taken flight.