Bluff Shoal Motel
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Bluff Shoal Motel
TripAdvisor Reviews Bluff Shoal Motel Ocracoke
Travel Blogs from Ocracoke
... up this lighthouse twice. We then ended up in Ocracoke where we stayed the night and ate dinner outside on the harbor. After dinner we went to check out the Ocracoke Lighthouse. Brian and I sat on a pier that night watching the water in the bay and enjoying our time together while Mike got the baby to sleep. She has been sleeping pretty good considering she is in a little pack and play and moved from hotel to hotel every few ...
... and silt floating everywhere, a result I suppose of our victory over it.
About 45 minutes later our boat came into the dock and we drove off. This part of Ocracoke Island is deserted except for a few areas that people use for swimming. Thirteen miles later is the town, which is as lovely as I remember it. We found our motel quickly (there are very few roads to get lost on) and here I sit now...writing this entry. I may update it later...but that's all for now!
This morning we drove from Hattares Village at the south end of the Outer Banks...all the way north to Corolla to see the wild Spanish Mustangs that have roamed this end of the island for centuries. The flowing is a description of the tour from the company's web site..... We guarantee to find you the Outer Banks Wild Mustang Ponies - Or YOUR MONEY BACK. Discover some of the the most unique sights the Outer Banks has ...
... had told us they were Warm Showers Host back in their home town in Michigan. They invited us to stay with them in their cottage in Ocracoke. It has been great spending time with fellow WS host and swapping stories about our hosting events. Due to impending T-storms and a problem with my cell phone they have invited us to stay on till Tuesday (6/4). They have taken us on a quick bicycle tour of the island and Vickie and I will play tourist today (Monday). ...
... for his $500 haircuts from a Beverly Hills stylist. Today, Edwards reportedly pays $12.95 at Supercuts in Raleigh, North Carolina.
We cruise through Wilmington with barely a thought of its Hollywood connections, and approach Camp Lejeune, a huge US Marine Corps base ("Home of Expeditionary Forces in Readiness"). We are on NC-172, which takes us directly to Camp Lejeune's main gate. The guard asks me for my military ID, which I ...