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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... I'm beginning to think this mustache is a little more unique than I realized!
I stayed at the house hanging out with our grandkids Ethan (18), Noah (13) and Maddie (7), and catching up with our beautiful daughter in law, Kristie. We took Noah to golf practice and I was thrilled to see how quickly he’s picked up the game. Guess you could say he’s a natural, just like Shawn. At the end of practice, his instructor told him ...
... park to gliders. We didn’t see any in flight, but a few were stationary on the dunes, possibly waiting for desirable winds. After checking out one more option to camp in the OBX and it being completely full, Kelsey and I decided to stay in a hotel in the nearest suburb roughly three hours west.
The drive from North Carolina’s coast inland was an interesting cruise. First we drove down a country road through an area called Alligator ...
... of my Great grandmother's house and the lady that owned it came out wanting to know what I was doing. I must look like the paparazzi. I told her I loved her house because it was my great grandmothers and she invited me in to see the remodeled kitchen. We then went walking around the downtown historic streets and visited the birthplace of Pepsi. I love Pepsi and Mike loves diet Pepsi Brian loves Mt. dew (but ...
Rained all night, hot (75 degrees) and humid this morning. Drove across the bridge to New Bern looking for the post office - small branch which didn't open until 10:30. Ate breakfast, walked around Middle Street. A local pharmacy is where the formula for Pepsi-cola was developed. I checked out the Pepsi store but didn't ...
... Regional History Museum which emphasized early immigration, people and events of the Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Mitchell Hardware is a 100 year old hardware store which entices tourists with an immense collection of gift items, foods, beauty products, in addition to traditional hardware items. Well-worth a visit and difficult to pass up purchasing lots of stuff. The KOA campground is on ...