Budgetel Inn Durham
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... are still generous people who reside in the USA, that not everyone is out for self and that some still believe in a community effort-when they see someone in need they extend their hand. These kind of people I would love to have in my corner when I start the H.O.M.E. organization in California.
Here is H.O.M.E.'s page to help raise money if your interested in supporting...
"Hitch to Help."
Here is ...
... Street. Marcus dropped us all off by Market street so that we could walk through the local markets which was quite cool there wasn't much to see it was mainly cheap jewellery and baskets made from palm tree leaves which looked good. I found a sign which would have been perfect to give to Allison as a present it said 'sometimes I laugh so hard that tears run down my legs' I very nearly bought it but Jake told me not to. After the markets we walked to King street (the ...
... it gets a bit noisy.
Travel pillow. The blow up kind. They are so tiny and easy to pack in a carry on and you can inflate it to the exact amount of firmness you want it to have. Also handy for busses, trains, etc.
Travel towel. These things are like giant shamwows for your body. They are super light and fold down really small but dry you off even better than a regular towel. If you're staying in hostels, which you should be, they don't always provide ...
... had shoes in it and twisted her ankle. Once they dropped the other girls off it was another trip to Duke but this time to the hospital.
Meanwhile the rest of us went next door to the Mogolian place again for the second night in a row, it was that good. Back to the motel where we awaited the return of the injured from the hospital. Crutches means the end of the tour for Zo Zo!
Have fun, because you know I will be.
... forward scouting has indicated this may be our last W for the tour. After the game we had pizza upstairs where they had merchandise so Ellen and I purchased a pair of shorts and a beanie for me. A quick stop at the ABC shop for some supplies and then it was a drive back to Raleigh where we had Mongolian for tea and a few drinks.
Have fun because you know I will be.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed