Brookwood Inn Durham near Duke University
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- Shuttle bus service
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
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... for our food to arrive Liz called Stew from Africa, and we got to see Eliza Joy. She is sooooo cute. She likes to scrunch up her nose. Oh yea, we talked to Liz too. That's what happens when you have children, you blend into the background, but happily.
Lunch was good and included milkshakes, so how bad could it be? I had a CLT - that would be cheese, lettuce and tomato sandwich. I do believe it was ...
... you can't wait. Today is mother's 94th birthday so I talked to her for a while. Today is also Sisters birthday. Happy Birthday ya'll. I decided to take a walk and work on my steps. That was fun, now it is time to sit and watch the game. I sat by a guy who works on the bookstore and he was fun to talk with. He said the Duke chapel is one of the 100 things you should see before you die. It will be open by May graduation this year. We will have to ...
... apparently, he said iExit so I could find a gas station. So much for my hearing.... We ended up going back by the hotel for gas because we knew there was a gas station there.
Now we are off to find the stadium and also parking for tomorrow. We have a map with both marked and we are still lost. We finally found Wallace Wade Stadium and right beside it is Cameron Indoor Arena. Not sure why they need to name it indoor cause I thought ...
... not too technical). I totally recommend this to other visitors. We had visited Stagville when we were here in 2010 but felt a revisit was worthwhile. This was the home and plantation of a wealthy local who had 900 slaves working in the property. We were lucky enough to time our visit for a guided tour (one of the advantages of touring mid week as no bookings required) and two hours later we felt we had learnt so much history of the area, the life of the plantation owners ...
... the length we wanted. Back we went, negotiated and left having purchased. We are now the owners of both a car and a travel trailer in North Carolina. In the evening, when it is a little cooler, we have walked a short loop within Duke Forest. The access to this is just at the end of the street. There are much longer walks but the temperature does not encourage those for us. Gyenya said she had seen two snakes during her walk this week - another reason ...