Outer Banks Motel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOuter Banks Motel Buxton
This is an ok place to stay for a short trip. We usually rent a house for a stay longer than 4 days. Houses are cheaper than hotels if you stay long enough.
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... stopped at a visitors centre for maps & info etc. & were surprised to find an excellent Monument to a Century Of Flight. It was so well designed with 14 winged shaped pylons engraved with 100 significant milestones in aviation history. It was really good to see events listed chronologically as I had thought that was missing from the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum we visited recently.
... person just to walk out on the pier. Ted says he thinks it is for fishing and restoration of the pier after hurricanes. Much of the pier has been destroyed numerous times over the last decades because of hurricanes. We opted to walk on the beach and had just as much fun seeing the kids learning to surf.
Beyond Jeanette Pier and just into the wildlife preserve is a lighthouse called Bodie. It was just ...
... our way back to the mainland, we stopped at Subway in Avon for a sandwich and then crossed the bridge back to the mainland. But we had one more stop to make in Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge before making the drive home. Despite my numerous trips to the Smokies and elsewhere in the mountains, I have never seen a black bear in the wild. Fortunately, a bear sighting during a visit ...
... we caught between 40 of us.......two sea bass. Craig and family (US friends from their Cheltenham days) have joined us for the week and he managed to hook one of them. Had it been bigger and in season we could have shared it for tea. Tea instead was a fishy feast from the fishmonger.......with birthday cake made by Alicia. What a splendid ...
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U-boats have made their own significant contribution to the tally.
It's a fascinating area, steeped in history. The Native Americans were the Croatoans (sic), who were generally friendly to the early settlers, despite a rather rough initial encounter with a British military party. Famously, there was 'The Lost Colony' of 1585, who'd disappeared by 1590. Lots ...