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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Emerald. Roy said the course was in excellent shape, but it’s hard to compete with someone who makes 300+ yard drives and is always on the green in two strokes! Never the less, they had a good time. The only thing missing was our other son, Ryan. Interestingly, the guy who was working at the clubhouse told Roy he had seen him about an hour earlier and when he saw the mustache and the Diamondbacks shirt he knew it had to be Shawn's ...
... some information on the area. We were unfortunately informed that the ferry was only taking residence that lived on the island and the southern Outerbanks were completely closed for through travel. This was kind of a bummer, but we decided to enjoy our time at one of the only parks that was open while we were here. Jockey Ridge had huge dunes to climb and was on the Pamlico Sound side of the OBX. They had a hang-gliding class in the park, as it was a ...
... give him diet dew on occasion, could you imagine a 9 year old boy hyped up on Mt, Dew). We went to Annabelle's (southern comfort food) for a late lunch early dinner to see my cousin Kyra at work. We then went to check into our new hotel. We took an evening walk at Union Point on the Neuse river and then stopped at the little gravel parking area near the boat ramp to look for shark teeth. The "gravel" is ...
... as I really prefer Coke. At 11:00 I caught the Trolley Tour of Historical New Bern. The guide was full of information and condensed 300 years of architectural and city history into ninety minutes. Beautiful houses - 80 on the historic register. Beautiful churches. Historical cemetery. Central part of town has ...
... morning I navigated RT through the narrow streets around central Raleigh and then drove 3 hours to New Bern on North Carolina's Central Coast. The city is at the confluence of the Neuse and Trent Rivers. The Neuse eventually empties into a bay and then the Atlantic. This section of North Carolina coast is sheltered from the Atlantic by Cape Lookout National Seashore. The Farmer's Market ...