Super 8 Kinston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Kinston
... beginning. It started out chilly and perfectly sunny, an absolutely gorgeous day to ride. We took our time and rode a large part of the ride against the wind. We stopped a few times (when you have to pee and your in the middle of nowhere, you have to find a way to make it work) to stretch and chit-chat; we stopped at a CVS for some more sunscreen (my tan line is already hugely and grossly distinctive). We met up with the group for lunch not too long after that. ...
... 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!
... had enough funds to construct dams and locks to help transport materials off of ships for farms and markets. So what we were seeing was an old reminiscence of the past constructed by people who lived in that area.
After crossing under a couple bridges and finding balloons floating on top of the water from an event that was going on one side of the river, we took some trips on some creeks that broke off the side of the ...
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 ...