First Colony Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
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... a proposal? The female shape put a hand to its mouth and bounced around. She must have said yes. This is when we noticed a third shape approaching. Shape 3 had filmed the engagement on his iPhone. Ohhh, how romantic. He had his proposal filmed... And then...after some kissing and selfies, shape 3 started filming again. The newly-engaged began re-acting the proposal, this time with new camera angles. The magic was once again gone. I turned ...
... be surrounded by young people. They had a community campfire that we joined to share their toasted marsh-mellows.
On Monday, August 11th, we visited Roanoke Island, which is accessible by bridge. In the 1580s 3 expeditions organized by Sir Walther Raleigh arrived on the island in attempts to set up a colony and establish possession of this area of the New World. All attempts failed, and the last group ...
... on the road, and flashing the hand signals on the bike. This crew of 70-something year old men (and one woman) called the Silver Riders, all state champs of sorts, arrived to take us for a "Shake down ride", a nice cruise to the Bodie Island lighthouse pictured below: Tomorrow we have our official first ride day: a 60-something mostly flat ride into Swanquarter, ...
... a few hours (even with 50 SPF), we decided to go in and grab some lunch. I made myself a turkey sandwich, yum while Kevin had some left over pizza (ew).
We hung out in our hotel room before making plans for the afternoon. All of the sudden our beds started to shake... I am sitting there and looking at the closet hangers as they were moving, and I looked outside our balcony was moving side to side. It felt like ha ha I have to say this--our ...
... Update: The origin of the place name according to Wikipedia: "The name Kill Devil Hills dates back to the Colonial era. Shipwrecks were common at the time, and many of the ships were transporting barrels of rum. When a ship foundered, local wreckers would scavenge what they could of the ship's cargo before it sank, hiding their pilfered rum behind the same large sand dunes. The locals said that the rum was strong enough to "kill the devil," so the dunes became known as "Kill Devil ...