Residence Inn Pinehurst Southern Pines
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Southern Pines
... get number plates put back on. Spring Lake was a beautiful serene park. Just what was needed after a slightly stressful day. We set up camp and watched the deer and squirrels foraging for food and then set off for an evening stroll. Loved the campground which was in such a natural state with limited services. We were warned about the skunks coming into our camping soace at night in search of food but this was not something we encountered ...
... were so great. There certainly are some sites that are nice with good lake views, but the rest are just average campsites with lots of trees. Those trees have caused some issues for our cell phones and internet.
I have used our time here to work on a massive picture organizing project. I have been putting pictures on my computer for years—but ...
... so we set up quickly and make some lunch before going exploring in the nearest town.
We have enjoyed the sun and beaches for several months; so this area will be very different for us. The weather is supposed to be fairly moderate while we are here. I will be thrilled if we do not have to deal with a tornado watch—the season and area are right for storm ...
Wake up at 8am, Hope Mills NC! 9 hours to go.... STILL GOING!!!!!! Stopped for Easter Dinner in Maryland....ON THE BORDER.....yum! OK, traffic, not too much fun but everyone, especially our driver, hanging in like troopers!!! 13 hours since we ...
... tourist complex. After enduring 120 billboards for more than 200 miles, this is what you've waited to see.
South Of The Border (or SOB, as it's known to insiders) is a unique of Dixie and Old Mexico. At first you wonder what all this Mexican stuff is doing in South Carolina.
When we arrived there we were disappointed in what we saw. So we took some pictures and filled the car with gas and off we went ...