Travelodge Nags Head Beach Hotel/Outer Banks
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... park up for a walk down beside the river under the oak trees dripping with Spanish moss......where the paddle steamers line the riverside alongside the old warehouses ... housing shops who now make delicious Saltwater taffy or Pralines in the old warehouses , while the Container ships cruise right closeby.
Our last day on the road..............and we are ready to ...
... has frequented and is one of his favorite places to vacation. I called him when we arrived to let him know we were thinking about him. He gave us some other points of interest to check out, too.
Duck was a cute, classy little place with some great looking restaurants and beautiful homes. We didn’t spend a great deal of time looking around but it seems to be worthy of further exploration. Since it was getting late, we decided to head ...
... told me the ferry will not be running at all today, so it looks like we have to stay here for another night. Thank god they have room for us. We will try to go tomorrow, but from a lot of reports, we still may not be able to get there.
Because of the wind still being as strong as it is and also because of the public holiday, everything seems to be closed so there is not a lot to do. ...
... and when you need to leave. Many countries offer "visa on arrival" which just means that when you land in the airport you'll go through customs and they put an entry stamp in your passport. That's your visa. Many other countries, however, don't offer visas on arrival and you'll have to get it ahead of time, and you have to pay for them. VisaHQ is a GREAT site where you can just punch in where you're going and it tells you exactly what you need to do to obtain ...
... to see the third light. North Carolina Ferry System operates the ferries and there is no charge to ride from Hatteras Point to Ocracoke. This is North Carolinas oldest operating light, it stands 75 feet tall, and was built in 1823. It had a 4th order Fresnel lens, and is a harbor light.
We start heading west on Wednesday, going to the Biltmore House in Asheville, NC. See you there.
And the adventure continues,