Ocean Crest Motel
Travel Blogs from Oak Island
... scrapping led to a statewide campaign by citizens of North Carolina to save the ship from the scrappers torches and bring her back to her home state. The Save Our Ship (SOS) campaign was successful and the Battleship arrived in her current berth on 2 October 1961. She was dedicated on 29 April 1962 as the State's memorial to its World War II veterans and the 10,000 North Carolinians who died during the war.
... that I once knew. But then, I will say YES ~ because I will sure be fascinated again with a new beginning; a recollection from the previous trips that I have treasured since then. YES, because it is the ONLY Wilmington, North Carolina that I have kept here inside and now I am coming back to fetch my heart from where I left it last.
“Home is where the heart is.’ ~ Wilmington, North Carolina ~ I’m close to HOME. ...
One of my favorite places on earth, Wrightsville Beach! We went for a short walk just long enough to get our toes wet and pick up a few shells, ahhh. The day was perfect, about 85 degrees and a slight breeze! This is where Jeffrey proposed and lots of other wonderful memories, way too many to ...
Cape Fear didn't smell like fear... it smelled like good Italian food. We had a great dinner and got to enjoy hot showers. The way the wind whistled after dark was a little bit fearsome though, and reminded me of the Pirates of the Caribbean movies. Alas, there were no ...
... casual bistros such as "Mojo's". Also previously know as the eb and flo's in which I consider it's closure as a bitter disappointment. All restaurants on the island offer superior seafood, meat and vegeterian dishes all prepared on the island. Bald Head Island is an island unparalleled to others. If you're looking for some Euphoria and a good time, look no futher. Bald Head Island has what you need. The Island is best visited during all seasons except ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking