Country Hearth Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Kinston
... 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. ...
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 ...
... a pig snort. This exercise sent everyone into gales of laughter, included the wannabe snorter himself. To see him engaged -- actively engaged -- in a conversation with others was a great thing. Will mastered the Sit and Visit, I do believe.
Here's a fun fact: I am a bit directionally challenged. I have a hard time with maps. Compasses. Those sorts of things. And the road to Stantonsburg was not a straight shot via an interstate. At ...
... Carroll Natural Preserve in Greenville, North Carolina. We had snacks packed, lotion on, and our paddles ready. We embarked our journey heading up river in perfect weather with a perfect sun overhead. After a few minutes of traveling upstream we started to notice rickety old metal structures and pipes coming into the water. Remember when I said it goes all the way back to the Civil War, well I didn't lie. Back during that time, ...
... 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.