Quality Inn Elizabeth City
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Travel Blogs from Elizabeth City
... First Flight took place at Kill a Devil Hills. How far travel has come since that famous first 12 second flight. Although it was very windy on top of the hill, the weather was at least fine.
We managed to keep ahead of the rain all day, finding some clear blue skies when we reached the lighthouse at Currituck Beach. Seven is the current lighthouse total - a number that will grow when we reach the coast of Maine at the end of our holiday.
Busy morning for us today. We were up at 6am and have the sunrise photos to prove it! cooked some breakfast and even grilled a pork loin that had been defrosting. Had the time and I know the next few days would be busy. We entered the lock with a sailboat. Bob the Lock attendant was taking our lines and giving direction on how the process would go. After the basin filled and the lock was ...
... it was time to go SHOPPING. Headed to Belk's and bought some awesome looking things and then headed to explore Duck.
Duck is a cute little area. There are a lot of little gift shops and they are all mostly located on the sound side of the road and surround the town board walk. It is a very nicely built board walk that goes along the sound. There are benches and birds and we even got to see a fox. There were also ducks and osprey.
Today started at 5 AM at a motel near our old house. We intend to be on the road by 8 with about 45 miles to ride into Elizabeth City. Mostly flat roads today with what I will refer to as a few depressions (not really hills). We will add more this evening. 5/27/13 PM Vickie: I am thankful for the wonderful distractions that crossed our path today as we bicycled to Elizabeth City. It was hard to think about the burning pain in ...
... dirt, grass, or sand. These Segways were the kind where all motion is done by moving your body. You turn by leaning and you go forward and back by leaning. It was quite intuitive and easy. We had no problems even though we were moving through crowds of people and up and down hills. I even managed some videos while on the Segway.
There is a tour company that offers off road Segway ...