Days Inn Greensboro
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... of a wait got our orders. There was a lot of chopped pork at the table but I opted for brisket with turnip greens, fried okra and hushpuppies. Cheryl got a salad with pulled pork and I think most everyone else got chopped pork dishes. Oh, Susie got a salad with breaded chicken. Sweet teas were the most popular drink at the table.
The waitress dropped off the orders and then plopped down two huge baskets of hushpuppies on the table. One ...
So now its basically official that I'm heading to Germany. I'll be leaving on September 1st to begin a new chapter in my life. I'm super excited to start this journey (and of course nervous) and can't wait to face new challenges, have new experiences, and meet new people.
But, I really shouldn't forget the one place I went that got me hooked on wanting to travel. In a couple of weeks (June 22nd to be exact) it'll be one year since I've been back in the states. When I ...
... the park including two golf courses, aquatics center, riding stables, BMX track, trails, playgrounds and tennis courts. It reminded us of the park we stayed in on James Island near Charleston in South Carolina.
We were joined a bit later by Susie and Ed and we all enjoyed some time together here before we headed back to their house for more of the same. All three dogs were here at the campground and they got along real well. Momba is a very low key dog and he ...
... overnight. We obviously slept through whatever happened because neither of us heard a thing.
Once we got things in order we were able to hit the road, right around 9:45. It was going to be a driving day as we planned to drive the 325 or so miles to Winston Salem. We pulled out of the park to head north on the 12, where we would catch the 64 west at Nags Head. We got about five miles up the road and ended up following a very slow motor home. ...
... middle school 30 minutes away. She did a fellowship that paid for her master's in education degree, and in return she is teaching in an underserved area for 3 years, which she would have done anyway! It's like the scholarship I'm applying to, except for teachers! She says she loves it! They showed a lot of interest in my experiences, and shared their community activities, especially what it's like putting together the summer festival. ...