Shutters on the Banks
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
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... and changed shape beneath the surface. The "land pirates" made the crew walk the plank, looted and burned the hapless ship, and made away with the bounty.
In Nags Head we stopped to get a few items and then headed to the Wright Brothers Memorial just a few miles up the road. When we arrived, we paid our $8.00 fee and pulled in to the visitor center parking area. When you pull in you can see a huge expanse of grass and a couple of ...
... foot. I think we were getting a bit frustrated with this place, and considering the cost, we decided to contact the office with our concerns and possibly get put in a better space. We did notice that the spaces further from the beach were much nicer and had concrete pads next to the coach along with a grass area.
So we loaded up Harley and drove to the front office to voice our concerns. We were offered to move spots, but there was an extra ...
... shower & change for dinner.
Maria and Bridget decided to take Barry out for dinner at a joint called Dirty *****.
He decided he would go buy some clothing.
We got back to the room just before dark. We sat on the balcony, looked at the stars, listened to music and had a couple of beers.
Hurricane has been named Arthur.
... our favorite, but some already had the ribbons on it. our campground was a huge one. i think there was a little over 700 campsites, but of course they weren't filled up. they had eight bathrooms and showers. a very large pool, lots of playgrounds. the sites of course were small but all in all it was a very pretty campground. i would hate it in the summer!
obx campground in kill devil hills is very small, only 48 ...
The beach road North had some wonderful open and sand dune beaches and some really commercialised ones too so we were choosy. We passed through small Towns of houses on stilts again as on the Gulf coast and then the road would wind a little inland showing us more of the Spring colours. The beauty of heading North at this time of year was that we were following Spring and witnessing it bursting through over and over. A really stunning feature was the Wisteria ...