Travelers Inn And Suites I-95 Exit 145
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for Wilson - it has the World's Largest Collection of Whirlygigs (things that move when blown by the wind) . We were so impressed when reading about it that we gave it a big miss. The hotel toilet paper has 2 sides - really rough, and the other is grease proof. It's all single ply too, so handle with care. There should be a sign as you enter Wilson: Move along, there is nothing to see ...
... unsigned Tax Return does not fulfill the concise explanation of the expression return and therefore it should not be discharged in bankruptcy. If on the flip side it absolutely was signed by the debtor, then it can be discharged as it meets the meaning of the phrase "return" Taxes should have been filled on time or otherwise 2 years ago This can be 2 yrs from the moment of filing the bankruptcy. As soon as you mail the government ...
... for about 70 miles advertising for "South of the Border". The ads were hilarious so we thought we should stop in at this store. When we got there it was a mini city. Everything from rides to an alligator exhibition. Too funny. We stopped in Roanoke Rapids for the night. No rain but overcast and humid. Had a late dinner then went to the hot tub for a bit. Not a hot tub, more like a warm tub. Staying at The RV Resorts @ Carolina Crossroads. Very new, but very nice for $30 ...
... and crushed our chance to go golfing. Drat. We just passed the South Carolina gate in the car. It is actually a real brick gate. Really pretty. The roads in south Carolina or very very bumpy. Just saw a turtle cross the road. Hee hee! Beautiful rest areas in South Carolina. Called our mom from one of the rest stops for mothers day. I am looking out our windshield and see the first of our drizzle. First time since we set out on our road trip so ...
... Too bad. Even without the alcohol I still managed to twist both my ankles spectacularly falling down some concrete steps. Luckily a Vespa parked at the bottom broke my fall. For about two minutes I actually thought I'd broken my ankle. I don't know if I've every sprained it this bad. Perfect timing before a global trip. But I iced up and persevered through the day. Walking around Duke was out, but sitting a brewery all day sounded distinctly ...