Travelodge Nags Head Beach Hotel/Outer Banks
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... s, Judy Davies, had invited us to come visit. Judy and Jayne met in 2009 during an Adventure Women trip to Africa. It was a great reunion. In the evening Judy's husband, Darrell, joined us, and we all went out to dinner at a riverside restaurant, George's, in downtown Wilmington. On the way to the riverside Judy and Darrell showed us how the area has been revitalized, and old houses are being restored and saved. We had our first taste ...
Yesterday, we played golf in the afternoon after a morning at the beach and pool. Then we had our anniversary surprise, a chef came to the house and made dinner, the best part being the chocolate cake. Today, mom and I went to store while everyone was at the pool and beach. Lazy afternoon with dinner by ...
... on "intimate terms with the wind."
Octave Chanute ( 1832-1910) He gathered and disseminated aeronautical knowledge. He encouraged the 'wrights who used his biplane glider design.
The Bodie Lighthouse was beautifully kept. Looked brand new. The paint job must have just been done.
Not sure what I expected the area to look like, but to me it looked like so many ...
... t see any. we loved roanoke island, it's not quite the "beach town". it had so many things to do, and the waterfront area was great with the boat docks and shops and restaurants. and a nice trail along the water, which was roanoke sound. we went there twice.
jockey ridge state park is in nags head, not far from us. it is the place to go for sunsets. the sun goes down into roanoke sound. there are sand dunes ...
... Inn for her friend for the weekend. They fall in love etc but I wont spoil it for those who haven’t seen it. It is a Nicholas Sparks novel of course, which was turned into a movie. So if you haven’t seen it go buy it!
The drive to Rodanthe was very nice. It was just a straight run through to it. But before I made it to Rodanthe I drove through the most beautiful part of the Outer Banks and what I had come to see over everything else…Pea Island. This was where ...