Country Hearth Inn

Address: 410 E New Bern Road, Kinston, North Carolina Coast, North Carolina, 28504, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 410 E New Bern Road, Kinston.
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Travel Blogs from Kinston

Official Day 3 - Just Under 50ish Miles

A travel blog entry by alicoad on May 18, 2014

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... for the van to come get Alycia, we came to realize we were right in front of a Little Caesar's. A large cheese pizza, please. We ate it in about 5 minutes. Today's shower was outside. With about eight other people... in our bras and swimsuits. The shower here at the Church where we're staying tonight was clogged so it was outside for us. It wasn't as bad or as cold as I thought it would be. We had Olive Garden for dinner and my oh my was it delicious. ...

Day 9

A travel blog entry by dcmorgan.aus on Jan 03, 2014

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It was back to the University of North Carolina this morning for a tour of the Carolina Basketball Museum. This is the University that Michael Jordan attended, and there were some of the original coaches notes, as well as MJ's letter of offer to attend the Uni. Just like Duke, UNC take a lot of pride in their basketball history, with memorabilia dating back a long way. We then travelled 240km to Jacksonville, NC for the VG ...

The living was easy today...

A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Aug 06, 2013

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... Google Maps. So to say that I was a little anxious about the drive today would be an understatement. The fact that I turned the wrong way onto the interstate heading out of the hotel parking lot didn't make me feel any better. But once I got going... it was smooth sailing. So to speak. There was one little blip when my directions, encased in a page protector, slipped aside the passenger seat and I had to pull over to hunt them down. Other than ...

To think this would start a story.....

A travel blog entry by bradsadventures on May 06, 2013

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... had enough funds to construct dams and locks to help transport materials off of ships for farms and markets. So what we were seeing was an old reminiscence of the past constructed by people who lived in that area.
After crossing under a couple bridges and finding balloons floating on top of the water from an event that was going on one side of the river, we took some trips on some creeks that broke off the side of the ...

Smaller roads, more fun

A travel blog entry by marinob on Apr 12, 2013

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... 301 to Wilson and then some smaller roads to Kinston. The place is nice, there are many mansions but the center of the town is a bit depressing. Just a few shops seem to be open; many seem to be closed for a long time and there's not much movement.

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