Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Moores Creek National Battlefield, Currie, North Carolina. At Moores Creek Bridge a brief, violent clash at daybreak on February 27, 1776, saw patriots defeat a larger force of loyalists marching toward a rendezvous with a British naval squadron. This was almost five months prior to the issuance of our Declaration of Independence. Brief but important, the battle effectively ended royal authority in the North Carolina colony ...
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all the creatures were stirring even ourselves.
Johnnie is crazy and I'm following suit.
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The suitcases are packed, well sort of, and all our technology too.
We'll take lot of pictures of kangaroos.
... Oak Trail, passing an old cemetery dating to the late 19th century. Not much is known about the cemetery or those who are buried there, but it's believed that there was a disease outbreak across the Pamlico River and people buried there loved ones across the river to prevent the spread of disease. Past the cemetery, the Live Oak Trail runs along the shore of Pamlico River and there were some beautiful ...