The Proprietor's Inn @ The Pack House
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- Fitness/Health center
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... we were invited into the gate house for coffee and conversation. He even made us yogurt and granola parfaits!!!! Bob is known to many boaters for being a super friendly attendant and having extensive knowledge about the Dismal Swamp and it's history. He can also play the Conch shell.
The Dismal Swamp Canal is the oldest continually operating, hand-dug waterway in the United ...
... Roanoke for a couple of other guided wildlife events.The first was a guided drive through part of the preserve area in the hope of seeing black bears. There are apparently up to 500 in the area so our chances of seeing them were meant to be very good. Sadly the tour group was a convoy of about 25 cars and we were at the end. By the time we got through any bears that were there to see had wandered off. We ...
... matter how beautiful the site . Another long drive today but we did many of the miles on back roads which are more enjoyable. What we have noticed however about the motorways/interstates in North Carolina is the advertising boards along the road side . My favourite 3 are : a shop advertising matresses and adult toys and another advertising good food and adult toys but the best one was for a sea food restaurant called Dirty ***** saying " I got my crabs at ...
... a full-scale British invasion of the South. The patriot victory emboldened North Carolina on April 12, 1776, which instructed its delegation to the Continental Congress in Philadelphia to vote for independence from Britain. It was the first American colony to do so.
Cape Hatteras National Seashore, Manteo, North Carolina. A thin broken strand of islands curves out into the Atlantic Ocean and back again in ...
... now and we had woken up very early, so we headed to Pettigrew State Park and had lunch in the picnic area. We walked down to the boat dock on Lake Phelps and could hear the swans, but they were quite far away. So we hiked along the Moccasin Trail west to the overlook to try and get a better look. This trail runs along the north shore of the lake, but there is a dense swampy forest between the trail and the lake, which blocked views ...