Travelers Inn

1211 North Road Street, Elizabeth City, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 27909, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 1211 North Road Street, Elizabeth City, is near Great Dismal Canal.
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    Travel Blogs from Elizabeth City

    Two day summary

    A travel blog entry by lenorelucy on Aug 06, 2014

    Yesterday, we played golf in the afternoon after a morning at the beach and pool. Then we had our anniversary surprise, a chef came to the house and made dinner, the best part being the chocolate cake. Today, mom and I went to store while everyone was at the pool and beach. Lazy afternoon with dinner by ...

    Summary to date

    A travel blog entry by lenorelucy on Aug 04, 2014

    Arrived on Saturday with long delays from enormous traffic jams. Stopped for lunch at the Saving Station and then unpacked. Take out for dinner. Sunday: To the beach and pool. Off to the Aquarium and dinosaur exhibition. Dinner out and the Rita's had chocolate ices, unbelievable. Today, Monday, beach, pool and lunch home (zucchini ...

    Wind, wind and more wind! (But still fun)

    A travel blog entry by two-4-the-road on May 28, 2013

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    5/28/13 Jim After a wonderful evening yesterday and a good nights sleep we were up around 5:30 and rolled out of the motel by 7:30. A quick stop for breakfast at the local Subway and we were on our way to Kitty Hawk NC. We headed for our Warm Showers host home 48 miles away. Unfortunately after crossing the bridge heading out of Elizabeth City traffic and nature intervened. We encountered the heaviest traffic flow since leaving Tidewater and 15-20 MPH winds. The first 12 miles ...

    First day

    A travel blog entry by two-4-the-road on May 27, 2013

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... tail she quickly disappeared into the trees. Soon after this encounter we saw ahead of us a second, smaller, doe at the side of the road. Unfortunately, before we could reach her, she turned and disappeared into the woods. Finally, I spied a couple of red-wing blackbirds and several beautiful, dancing butterflies. I wonder just how many of those wonderous sights I would have seen or even noticed if we had been travelling by ...

    Northern Beaches

    A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Sep 21, 2010

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    ... against these fences and eventually builds up a dune. There were several places were we could only see the top few inches of a fence. Once you have a dune over your fences, you put out more fences to continue building up your dunes. People also place their old Christmas trees in the fences which helps build up the dunes. When you get a good dune, you plant sea oats which send down roots of 20-30 feet to find ...