Seaside Inn At Hatteras
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... as the sign attached to the wooden bear read, "Welcome to Plymouth, home of some of the world’s largest black bears." There was also a sign that was posted along the entry that announced a bear festival on June 6th. I guess we won’t be around for that one.
As I was doing this, I heard someone snickering and after I was done I looked over to see a woman in khakis and a red shirt walking my way. It looked like some type ...
... pit stop at a beautiful empty beach where they had roped off a section for the sea turtles. I'm not sure if the sea turtles know to stay on that side...but at least it might keep us off their side.
Time to catch the free 45 min ferry to Hatteras. This one seemed to launch the second we parked our car on it...no messing around here.
First stop on Hatteras Island was the Graveyard of the Atlantic museum. So many ships etc ...
... Our highly trained tour guides tell stories of legends, local lore and ecology. The route takes you past the Whalehead Club and the Currituck Beach Lighthouse, commonly referred to as the Corolla Light. We will give you a brief overview of each and you can return at your leisure to tour them later. From there we hit the beach to cover almost 20 miles of pristine beaches to see sights you just won’t ...
Another fine day in North Carolina. After seeing another beautiful sunrise this morning, we took off for the Cape Hatteras Lighthouse.
If any one thing represents all of Hatteras Island/The Outter Banks, it has to be the famous black and white, spiral-striped Cape Hatteras Lighthouse. This is one of most famous lighthouses in the nation, especially since it survived a controversial, precarious move in 1999. We are here during the off season ...
... and noisy, and one should think carefully before climbing the 257 steps to the top. Sounded bad but I don't know when or if I will ever come this way again and I don't like to pass up any lighthouse without getting to the top. My husband decided he would pass. He doesn't do heights. I have the theory that the best things to see are almost always up (not including diving of course). The lady selling me my ticket said it ...