Rodeway Inn & Suites

Address: 7218 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, Outer Banks, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27959, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 7218 S Virginia Dare Trail, Nags Head, is near Bodie Island Lighthouse, Fort Raleigh National Historic Site, Tanger Outlets Nags Head, and Nags Head Golf Links.
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    Travel Blogs from Nags Head

    Wild weather

    A travel blog entry by mustseemore on Sep 23, 2015

    10 photos

    ... the next week. The locals are concerned about yet more flooding and erosion - not here in the Northern Beaches area but where we have come from in the South. The bad weather is heading north with us - not a very pleasant thought.

    We spent the day driving up The Outer Banks - leaving Hatteras, crossing the makeshift bridge to Pea Island and the ecologically important wildlife refuge, over a long causeway and bridge to a long narrow string of beaches. The seas are ...

    Forts, friends...and ferries

    A travel blog entry by jensgregersen on Aug 09, 2014

    23 photos

    ... hopeless and surrendered the fort, which was then evacuated.
    Next on the tour was a narrated tour by bus of the historic neighborhoods that ended with a visit to the Joseph Ma****ult house built in 1803 in the federalist style. Afterwards we walked down Meeting Street to the Old City Market, where shops are set up in old cotton warehouses, much like in Savannah.
    Now we were hungry again and chose Henry's because of its rooftop ...

    Standing in Front of the Great Unknown

    A travel blog entry by jamiemartina on May 12, 2014

    1 photo

    ... our 15-passenger van is. Without that beautiful beast we wouldn't be a trip, we would be ants, smears on the asphalt. It also unleashes what may very well turn out to be our summer's theme song. And now I'm going to apply a banana peel to my 8 mondo mosquito bites all over my shoulder and back before falling into a deep sleep. Time for bed! Riders come in T-10 hours!!! Love you all. (:


    Shells, fire and...

    A travel blog entry by mercerballs on Jun 01, 2011

    7 photos

    ... Update: The origin of the place name according to Wikipedia: "The name Kill Devil Hills dates back to the Colonial era. Shipwrecks were common at the time, and many of the ships were transporting barrels of rum. When a ship foundered, local wreckers would scavenge what they could of the ship's cargo before it sank, hiding their pilfered rum behind the same large sand dunes. The locals said that the rum was strong enough to "kill the devil," so the dunes became known as "Kill Devil ...

    Catching a Tuna

    A travel blog entry by toroamarillo on May 01, 2011

    1 comment, 5 photos

    After DC we went to NC. For fishing.
    Fishing means getting up At 4 a.m. and bringing the boot to the marina. Around 5 a.m. we were in the water speeding out of shallow water heading around 40 miles east were the warm gulf stream is located. Warm water means big fish. Our boot was 21 feet and had 2 big Yamaha 150 engines. This generates quite a speed. Around 6.30 we reached fishing grounds and the boat slowed down. At this moment the "hitting ...