The Inn at Bingham School

Address: 6720 Mebane Oaks Road, Mebane, North Carolina, 27302, United States | 4 star b&b
 
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This 4 star B&B, located on 6720 Mebane Oaks Road, Mebane, is near Conservators' Center and Mill Creek.
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    Travel Blogs from Mebane

    Was I actually there......where am I heading?

    A travel blog entry by lyssablair on Jun 07, 2015

    ... that I had completely forgotten about! I think I took my time in Korea for granted. I cannot wait to go back and visit and I know I will. But, now I have to focus on getting ready for Germany. I will live there for a much longer time (6+ months)! Hopefully I'm ready for everything I'm going to face there, but I'm sure that even if I'm not I'll work my way through it.

    But..I guess my question is, where am I heading now? New place, new dreams, new goals..what's next?
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    Trip to Australia & New Zealand

    A travel blog entry by godseydownunder on Jun 05, 2015

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    We are busy packing and getting ready to catch our flight this afternoon. So we haven't left the house yet and I'm wondering what we forgot!

    Ironmate here...Im eerily calm, what is wrong with me.??? All of us managed to pack just 2 bags pp. Of course Ironman also had his bike and race duffel, so he had ...

    The Tar Heel State

    A travel blog entry by cemewa on May 29, 2015

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    According to reliable sources (aka Wikipedia) the nickname for North Carolina and the university football side's exact etymology is unknown. But most folklore believe its roots come from the fact that tar, pitch, and turpentine created from the vast pine forests were some of North Carolina's most important exports early in the state's history. For a time after the Civil War, the name Tar Heel was derogatory. Other legends developed to explain it claims it ...

    Rainy day fun and Acroyoga

    A travel blog entry by lkayeurope10 on Apr 25, 2015

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    On a rainy Saturday morning, I drove from Charlotte to Durham. While the weather was horrible, my friend Rach and I made the most of it by going to an Acroyoga class. I wish I had pictures!! It was super hard, but also really fun once we got the hang of it (there was a lot of falling and laughing in the process).

    Afterwards we met up for dinner with Dice (college friend) and her husband James at ...

    Hello from North Carolina!

    A travel blog entry by sojanet on Apr 18, 2015

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    ... the importance of conditioning myself and practicing relaxation and meditation while I have little stress in my life, so that when hard times hit, I am in the habit and can slip right into those modes! Thanks, Dr. K!  Afterwards, I picked up some veggie patties from Trader Joe's and a small bottle of tequila from ABC Store (in North Carolina, you can get beer and wine everywhere, but hard liquor and spirits are only sold in ...