Outer Banks Motor Lodge
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... them two Indians – Manteo, and Wanchese. In 1585, Raleigh sent seven ships carrying 600 people to the Island – now named "Virginia". The group led by Sir Richard Grenville, hoped to establish a base from which they might find precious metals, and launch raids on Spanish ships. After building an earthen fort, Grenville returned to England, leaving Ralph Lane in command of the 107 soldiers and colonists. Those that remained explored the area ...
... raining, almost a mist, when I parked and hooked up. The wind picked up around 5PM and is blowing around 20 mph.
Mon Sept 23--Overcast and windy, blowing up to 20 mph again. We drove the Honda north on the Banks to Currituck Beach Lighthouse. After visiting there, we stopped at the Wright Bros. National Memorial in Kill Devil Hills. This is the spot where Orville and Wilbur made the first powered airplane flight. They made 4 ...
... is so stocked with utensils and appliances and dishes and glasses that there is no place to put away any food, everything else must be purchased or rented. So I am renting linens and towels. They don't just rent you what you need either, they do rent you what the house needs. so I have linens for 4 beds that won't be used. Luckily they gave me towels for those 4 rooms because a "towel package" only ...
... the Kelly's Outer Banks Restaurant and Tavern. Apparently he is a bouncer there (we think he thought he would get lucky). We went there and treated ourselves to a nice, and rather formal dinner...a change for us. We then hit the bar to enjoy a great cover band called "Butter".
It was a good night of music and dancing. There were all kinds of people dancing: young, old, drunk sober...and about 4 bachelorette parties, not to mention several women dancing on poles. ...
Day 8: All day driving again. We planned to be at the beach by 2pm, but that was postponed by traffic jams. At about 4pm we ended up checking into the hotel then hotfooted it over to the beach. Karen's cousin Mary and her boyfriend ended up meeting us there and staying for the weekend. I'll tell you what, we got ruined by the waves. These were real ocean waves, and the undertow or current was really strong. One moment we would be standing in the water by were we set ...