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TravelPod Member ReviewsSanderling Resort Duck
Was a great place to stay. The rooms are roomy, large, comfortable with 3 great pools and large hot tubs. The beach in front of the hotel is perfect!
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... centres, suburbs and farms are home to 17 million people.
This productive bay has mountainous oyster reefs and thick meadows of underwater grasses.
On leaving the Southern most tip we started across 22 miles (30 minutes) of road over the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, going through 2 underwater tunnels and over 2 manmade islands.. (5 &1/2 acres each and thirty feet ...
... too. After dinner we were sitting enjoying our campfire, when we heard our neighbors chatting in a language we didn't recognize. Jayne decided to walk over and ask where they were from. The group was made up of 3 couples and their 7 children from the Netherlands travelling in 3 large motor homes that they had rented in Philadelphia. They were travelling the Civil War trail to acquaint themselves and ...
Woke up in a cloud again, this time with a desire to get everything packed and to get us on the road for the beach. Elk and BTV were helpful for a while before Elk started to complain that it was time to leave, we were going to be late, and BTV started to ask yet again why we could not charge his DS so that he could play games on the drive. Everything was wet, but we managed to get it all into the van and get on the road by ...
Graduated and road trippin' down to the beach for a week. Duck, NC awaits with our three story beach house with full kitchen, giant living room, and party room down stairs (Beer pong room ^_^). In ground pool, hot tub, and sand filled volleyball course are out back. Me and my lady got a nice bedroom with a queen sized bed and a window view of the pool and woods, as well as a door ...
The drive to the Outer Banks was about as long as the drive to Key West! While driving, we could actually see that we were finally leaving the smoke behind, from the wildfires. We arrived in Manteo at night so we didn't see much the first day. We woke up the next morning and walked around the cute town before driving to Fort Raleigh.
We had much more fun at the sand dunes over at Jockey's Ridge State Park. Steve and I wanted to take the ...