Quality Inn Washington

1031 Carolina Ave, Washington, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27889, United States | 2 star hotel
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 1031 Carolina Ave, Washington, is near North Carolina Estuarium and Pamlico River.
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    Travel Blogs from Washington

    Official Day 3 - Just Under 50ish Miles

    A travel blog entry by alicoad on May 18, 2014

    11 photos

    ... The way dinner typically works - either our generous hosts make dinner for us, we depend on DM (donation magic), or we cook. We don't like to cook because that means we have to spend money on groceries and that's money that could have been otherwise allocated to affordable housing organizations. We love with the host cooks because, generally, it's delicious home-cooked food, and with us being in North Carolina, the food is so rich and Southern. And 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 ...

    Cotton Pickin North Carolina

    A travel blog entry by renee.harbig on Nov 05, 2013

    24 photos

    I always had North Carolina on my radar as one of those states I definitely wanted to visit..I've seen so many pictures of it and it just drew me in. Anyhow, the state has 2 very different landscapes to it...The West side of the state is mountainous (not unlike what we have in Tamarack), therefore higher elevations, cooler temps, Forest land. The Eastern side of North Carolina has the water..specifically the Outer Banks....and I love the water. So guess where we ...

    To think this would start a story.....

    A travel blog entry by bradsadventures on May 06, 2013

    6 photos

    ... had enough funds to construct dams and locks to help transport materials off of ships for farms and markets. So what we were seeing was an old reminiscence of the past constructed by people who lived in that area.
    After crossing under a couple bridges and finding balloons floating on top of the water from an event that was going on one side of the river, we took some trips on some creeks that broke off the side of the ...

    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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