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North Carolina 7 days in August

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I plan to bring my daughter and 18 year old grand daughter to NC in August. We will be flying to Raleigh and are looking for suggestions as to what we can't miss during our stay. We enjoy the beaches, history, seafood and the arts. At first I thought about getting a condo on the beach through vrbo someplace and making day trips from there but am now thinking it might be so much driving and am thinking about maybe 3-4 different locations to stay might be the way to go. One area I am thinking about is Wilmington, where else is good?. Are there any nice beach areas that are more relaxing and less crowded to go to? Any great seafood restaurants that aren't super expensive?
Thanks for any help you can give us.

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