Days Inn Jacksonville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... at a place called Fairfield Harbour. We found out where we were supposed to go then headed off to grab some lunch before the tour began at 1:00. There wasn’t much around the harbor, in fact, there wasn’t anything around at all. We ended up driving several miles back to the only place we could find, which was a small pizza place by the name of Big Apple Pizzeria. It was a small, mom and pop place and it was evident that mom and pop were from New ...
... 22 from this road. Jeez… We headed north on a side street and eventually we were routed back to the 31, which connected us to the 17, after the construction and such I mentioned above. As it turns out, the 22 is waaaaay out of the way. I’m pretty sure he meant to tell us the 31 and just got his road numbers confused. So much for the hot tip. I guess from now on I can trust directions from others as much as I can trust the GPS. Oh well. ...
... War but in 1903 the US Army abandoned. NC acquired the land and Fort for a State Park for $1 in 1924. During 1933-34 the CCC made repairs and it opened as NC first state park. However, in 1941 at the outbreak of World War II, the US Army leased the park from the state and manned the fort with troops to protect a number of nearby facilities. It was closed on November, 1944 and on October 1, 1946, the ...
This place brought back memories. The only other time I was in Jacksonville, NC was last year when Charlotte got the big snowstorm that had the airport shut down off and on for 4 days (mostly shut down). I got stuck in Jacksonville, NC from Tuesday morning at 8:30 till we left on Friday morning at 11:00. There are only 3 gates at this airport, very small. I was happy to see that we stayed in a nicer area and there were a lot stuff around the hotel. ...
... situations. There was no way Rhiannon could pass this guy so I told him we would follow at a distance and he wouldn't have to be concerned that we would do anything stupid.
The tug opened the Surf City bridge and squeezed the heavy barge through with a couple of feet to spare on either side. We tucked in close astern after clearing this move with the bridge tender and saw a long procession of southbound snow birders waiting ...