Outer Banks Motor Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Our journey today led us out of Princess Anne ,Virginia (where we had spent the night)
and South to the narrowing spit of land that leads to Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
This huge expanse of water covers over 64,000 miles and is the mouth of North America's largest estuary- an ecosystem extending through 6 States and empties into the Atlantic ocean. It's ...
... did I mention that ALL these lighthouses charge to climb to the top and appears to be their revenue maker). In the parking lot we found some old Model T’s that had made it from Maryland. I guess their escort was the DeSoto since it was newer. We went to the dock to have a snack and saw the Whalehead Club house which is testament to the adventurous rich that use to visit here for the great hunting grounds for small game and water fowl (hence the city ...
... missed the Virginia and West Virginia signs. We have tried very hard to get them all. We finally spot it and we cross into NC. We turn around to get the picture in the dark.
We still have about an hour to go before we reach our hotel. We pass by the Grave Diggers Racing Shop. Although it is dark, Art stops to get ONE picture of the lit up truck. We continue on and soon we are crossing over the Wright Memorial Bridge which takes us ...
... to make a separate packet for each house. Thus there was nothing that told me how to get on the internet; which wireless provider to use, password, etc. I finally got on by purchasing some time through the local network. The next day I called and was told that this house had a cable. I located the modem and try as I would, could not get the computer or modem to play with each other. Finally today I called ...
... which was fantastic.
After the aquarium we ate lunch at the Beach Bully BBQ, famous for it's sliced beef sandwiches (which we both had). It was delicious.
After lunch we headed to our most southern destination, the Outer Banks of North Carolina. We arrived at about 6pm and checked into the Beacon Lodge, after calling and stopping at several places trying to find a reasonable price... Rates are a little higher here in the OBX, since it is more of a ...