Port-O Plymouth Inn

Address: 510 Highway 64 East, Plymouth, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27962, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on 510 Highway 64 East, Plymouth.
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      Travel Blogs from Plymouth

      Day 4: Belhaven

      A travel blog entry by breezer.hill on May 16, 2014

      Bullet points since I'm way behind on these blog posts: Belhaven was gorgeous. *we took REAL showers in a real home * I met Bud, a local, kind gentleman who opened up his house to us and shares stories about his life *Delicious meal *playing MASH with the group over a beer on the water after ...

      Pocosin Lakes

      A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Dec 28, 2013

      16 photos

      ... which are closed. It would be easy to get lost in the refuge with all the gated roads and Google Maps or GPS are of no real help. At the end of Hyde Park Road, we stopped at the Pungo Lake Observation Platform and Charles Kuralt Trail Site and got our first view of Pungo Lake. There were a tremendous amount of tundra swans on the lake and even though they were mostly on the other side of the lake, the sounds of their honking was ...

      Alligator River

      A travel blog entry by aepietro on Jul 19, 2012

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... dark I was up on bow with the spotlight again pointing out the channel markers. It is consistently a relief to finally drop anchor, or reach a port when navigating after dark. Touching bottom or hitting something you can't see in the dark is always a fear, and the spot light helps, but it would be too easy to hit stumps or logs that are not visible.




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      Great Day on the Outer Banks

      A travel blog entry by buzzlog on Sep 28, 2011

      19 photos

      ... Museum where they flew the first airplane.

      Bev found us a place to eat after the tour, it was called "Sam & Omies". Once we got inside we found it was a "local bar hangout", but our waitress was great and the shrimp sandwiches were yummy.

      We headed off the island about 5 pm. and drove about an hour to Plymouth, NC to our hotel for the night. Took lots of pictures ...

      Cops and Tyres

      A travel blog entry by catndeano on Sep 26, 2011

      14 photos

      ... and onto the mainland, passing over Roanoke Island, which is where America's first English child was born in 1587 and continued on Route 64 to find somewhere to have dinner and park up for the night. As we were driving, we began to notice another vibration. This time it shook the whole van and it seemed to be getting worse. After pulling up and checking the tyres, we notice that the spare we had put on to replace the bad tyre had cracks on ...