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- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... crew, "Let's go, I'm done with this nonsense" We got to the motel and then quickly investigated where we could locate a beachside deck in which to engage in consumption. These deck-bars seemed too rare for the area. Sort your **** out Carolinas, there are literally 2 parallel beaches that run for miles. Why are there not more beach bars? One questionable meal but fantastic deck bar later, we drank beers on the beach and rested up for another ...
... waters. However, things did not go well for them. They increasingly relied upon the Indians for food, and the Indians began to die from the diseases brought here by the English. The English feared that the Indians were planning to rid the Island of them, so Lane killed the Chief. When Grenville failed to return with the much needed supplies by the expected date, one of Drake's raiding fleet stopped nearby and the colonists accepted ...
Please glance at a map to see the extraordinary Outer Banks of N. Carolina. Imagine a one hundred mile-long Chesil Beach without pebbles. Most of the island complex that makes up the Outer Banks is in a state of flux. Hurricanes sweep through and 'remodel' the houses, then the sea breaks through and undermines them. This isn't the place to be a house. To get here from the South required a bit of driving and 2 significant ferry journeys (in lousy conditions). During the ...
... the whole beach to ourselves! We spend just a few minutes overlooking the ocean, happy to be here, all the way from the California Coast to the Carolina Coast!!! I thank God he has taken us safely across this whole USA!
I go to bed knowing I have a whole day to relax and enjoy the Outer Banks and Manteo tomorrow. This is going to be a vacation from our vacation. :)
... walked up and down briefly. Surprisingly we ran into the gravel/shell/sand bar where my husband had been racing down to the edge of the water to grab shells. It was exposed today and it wasn't even low tide. So obviously the sea has calmed but there must still be the riptides there. We spent a few minutes searching in the ...