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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      A total monsoon on day two!

      A travel blog entry by millertime2bike on May 16, 2014

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      ... ditch. Not to worry (especially you Grandma!) we made it safely and weather was warm. Currently sitting on a couch of a local church member that took us in to their home and let us shower, eat, and relax! I am amazed after only a few days of the overwhelming generosity of the people that know about the program and take us in and treat us like we are family. Our group already feels like we are a family... And this is gonna be a total kickass ...

      Day 1

      A travel blog entry by millertime2bike on May 16, 2014

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      ... screamed each time as well. I will never get used to those. Ride was great and felt good to complete... Cue the beginning of the ass sores! Helps to know we are all in the same shoes! A huge shout out to the amazing church that hosted us and literally let us sleep in their church and served us amazing pot luck dinners. I know most thing we will probably lose weight on this trip but so far NC has been nothing shy of amazing southern hospitality with grits on the ...

      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

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      ... 45, we took Refuge Road to the maintenance compound and turned left on Van Staaldulnen Road. At the end we turned right on South Pungo Road and then left on Hyde Park Road. At this time of year when the migratory waterfowl are in the refuge, this is the only route to Pungo Lake. The other roads are gated. If you are visiting, I would highly recommend bringing a map from the Fish & Wildlife Service that shows which roads are ...

      Alligator River

      A travel blog entry by aepietro on Jul 19, 2012

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... alone in nature cruising at a leisurely pace not seeing another soul and most of the time isolated from cell service. The river passes multiple wildlife refuges including the Mattamuskeet. I'm not sure if there are actually alligators in the alligator river, but I kept my eyes peeled, some of the time looking through the binoculars. I didn't see any.