The Inn on Pamlico Sound
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Six miles down the road at Kitty Hawk is where the Wright Brothers actually made the very first flight December 17, 1903. They picked this location because it provided high dunes, high winds & soft landings! In the field a granite boulder marks where where the first plane left the ground, with smaller stones marking the four flights distances & landings.
The 1st flight went 120ft in 12 seconds; 2nd ...
... in 2013 and was beautiful. It was built initially in 1827 and is black and white striped. It is surrounded by marshes but there is a boardwalk that allow you to walk into the marsh and get a closer look at the many migratory birds that use this area as a rearing place on their flyways. We used it to get a better look at the lighthouse from a distance. Off again following the road south on a narrow strip of sand with ...
... River is almost guaranteed. And sure enough, after only a couple of minutes in the refuge and we spotted a very large bear rummaging around for food, just off Long Curve Road. He was at last a quarter-mile away so I couldn’t get a great picture from that distance, but I finally saw my first wild bear. The sun was starting to go down, so we left the refuge and made our way back to Raleigh. ...
Prof Mark was joined this week by fellow TV luvvie, Nick Knowles - passing through for a few days while researching for a new series. He hopes to fill the void left by the implosion of Time Team. Unlike Tim Taylor (producer of Time Team), Nick is not only generous and personable, but also knows his Kings and Queens. Mark deftly trod the line between TV matey-ness and sycophancy. As well as getting stuck-in and finding ...
... still get terribly excited about what happened to them and the main theory is that they came to Hatteras. If we find evidence of them it will be big news........but we won't.
The main hazards on the excavation are the Black Widow and Brown Recluse spiders, the aggressive and venomous snakes, and the project director, Mark Horton (Prof at Bristol and also seen on the telly doing ...