Super 8 Kinston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kinston
... down a little bit; kids were running around, free as birds. Everyone knew everyone (which I suppose could be both a good or bad thing), and folks just hanging out. It was nice. And it was nice to be able to go out and socialize with some of the team. We started today with home-cooked eggs, bacon, cheese biscuits cooked by Georgie himself, the owner of the local Georgie's Oyster Bar. And then we were off. Today I rode with Alycia, Alicia and Kim. And Lorenne ...
... teams to play against the Northside High School Monarchs. Both teams lost, but tried very hard. This was the first school that we have visited that had cheerleaders and a band for the games. The boys and girls were billeted out for the night, with one family having all of the girls from both teams stay over for a "Wakeover". By the time we offloaded the kids it was 11:30pm by the we had dinner at the steakhouse next to the ...
... East Carolina BBQ for dinner... vinegar sauce, baby! I'll just keep the memories of the banana pudding to myself, since they are so delish as to be nearly sinful.
Tomorrow we head to parts north, into the great Commonweath of Virginia -- a new place for Will. It's all about American history on this leg, as there's a visit to a Civil War battlefield and the acquisition of a tricorn hat in our immediate future. Forward ho!
... guess what we saw? Turtles, lots and lots of turtles. Jumping turtles, tanning turtles, and ninja turtles. I recommend a trip on this river if you have a fetish for them. Travel this river! Now that I am coming out of the shell in this, let me get to the history of the name.
The name is said to have derived from an event in March of 1862 when Confederate troops were evacuating Washington County and had sent squads up and down ...
It's the first fully sunny day. We installed the helmet communication system we bought yesterday. This is a great thing! No more funny sign language.
We decided to take smaller roads after passing Richmond on the I-95. There is much more to see ...