Shutters on the Banks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... Banks of the Carolina's together. The "graveyard of the Atlantic"..... just off shore ,3,000 shipwrecks decorate the depths of the Cape Outer banks...the largest concentrated number of shipwrecks in one area, more than any where else in the world.
They have now stopped counting, as there is no more room to write on the map.
The saving of the Hatteras ...
... we hung out in the shade of the motorhome and soaked up the cool sea air once again. Harley came out and did the same. He really loves just hanging out where he can see what is going on. We had a new neighbor, a man and wife from Pennsylvania. They are staying about 10 days before heading home. He is a facilities manager for a large hospital in PA. He seemed like a nice guy and we talked for some time while he washed the outside of his motorhome. He ...
... Banks. Our first impression wasn’t great, but things were looking up. We were keeping an eye out for a place to eat and as I turned down a street to get to the main highway, we spotted a Mexican restaurant called La Fogata (which, by the way, means 'the campfire’). Some of you may recognize this name as it is the name of our favorite Mexican restaurant back home.
We pulled in and went in, trying to keep our expectations in check. ...
... ve done it enough to have gotten a handle on the ins and outs and what works really well for me as well as many others.
Once you've got a bit of money put away you can travel with, planning tends to be the stage that intimidates people. Where do you start? Obviously you need to figure out WHERE you want to go and what you can afford. What are your interests? Culture? Adventure? Leisure? It's as simple as going online and searching "best places to ...
... We drove the Honda south to visit 3 lighthouses and see the lower part of the Outer Banks. Most lighthouses had Fresnel lenses when they were built. In 1822 a Frenchman named Augustin Fresnel invented the lens that looks like a giant bee hive with a light in the center. Some were as tall as 12 feet. Tests showed that an open flame lost nearly 97% of it's light, and a flame with reflectors behind it still lost 83% of it's light. The ...