Sands Beach Club Resort
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- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Kids pool
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... We rode in a helicopter for about 5 min for 40$ each. It was a quick ride but a great experience. After that we headed back to barefoot landing to see the tigers from T.I.G.E.R.S preservations. people were taking pictures holding the tiger but that was 100$. We just decided to look at the cub tigers through the glass. That was a nice experience. They were very playful. ...
We loved this anchorage. Under-rated in the guide books. we swam; went ashore
and have great sunset and sunrise moments. This will be our last night in North Carolina, tomorrow we start our tour of South Carolina.
... of places you visit and the people you meet. As with any country, it has its problems that it's trying to deal with, but it is still a remarkable country and a massive one. The Hollywood stuff you see on TV, is just that, TV. Although being exposed to all the US movies and TV series does make some of the places we visited a bit surreal. We leave with a mountain of memories and we hope to be back at some point in the future. Cheers for now
... that got us away from camp today.
8/17/15 - Monday
A 345 mile, 6+ hr. drive today to Hampton, VA to stay at the Colonies RV & Travel Park at Ft. Monroe which is on a very historic peninsula . We passed thru Mt. Olive, the Pickle Capital and drove past fields of tobacco and peanuts. The trip along and under the Monitor-Merrimac Memorial Bridge Tunnel was spectacular.
We'll be camped here when we fly to Branson to celebrate our aunt's 90th ...
... see new sights - some great and others not so great, blare the music as loud as it'll go and sing at the top of my lungs (be happy you never have to witness that atrocity), and allow the worries and anxieties that have built up over time to fall ...