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Me, my husband, and my one year will be going to Myrtle Beach for a week. We will be traveling from Southern Maryland to Myrtle Beach on I-95 (about 8 hours).
Next Friday on the way home we would like to stop for the night somewhere. We want to drive about half way which would put us in North Carolina around Roanke Rapids area. We are willing to drive a little bit out of the way but not hours. So anyway, any suggestions on where to stop? We like to try and stop somewhere "interesting" and not just some hotel right off I-95. We were thinking of something scenic and looking at the Lake Gaston area. Any suggestions would be appreciated!

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