Days Inn Raleigh

Address: 300 N Dawson St, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27603-1314, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 300 N Dawson St, Raleigh, is near Museum of Natural Sciences, North Carolina Museum of History, State Capitol, and Legislative Building.
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        Homeward Bound

        A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Sep 27, 2015

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        ... too can find a "Victor spot", that it is important at Duke to keep game day parking lots looking nice even if people have no place to park, Duke had a better football team than we thought, Tech's football team is not as good as we had hoped for, good local places to eat, the Duke Forest, they have lowered the Wallace-Wade Stadium field 8' and removed the track to bring stadium seats closer to the field, ...

        Game Day

        A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Sep 26, 2015

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        ... for dinner. We went to Devines Restaurant and Sports Bar for dinner. It is owned by Gene Devine since 1978. He is s former Duke football player. I learned about it from my NBF I met while watching the game in the student center. Devines is a hopping place. Typical sports bar with many TV's and lots of noise. You don't go there to talk, that's for sure. The food was not too bad. I had a grilled cheese sandwich and chicken noodle soup. Can't go wrong ...

        A Day in Rainy Durham

        A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Sep 25, 2015

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        ... the Duke campus and the next trick was to find the Visitor Center and a place to park. Found the Visitor Center, found a parking garage, and got a ticket but the gate didn't go up. We had to wait for the lady taking money to come let us in the garage. Talk about parking inefficiency. Not us but them. We had to search for a spot to park. That was a challenge.

        We went to the Visitor's Center and got campus information, went to the bookstore ...

        In and around Durham

        A travel blog entry by gill.peterhosie on Aug 30, 2015

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        ... available, many of them completely foreign to us, was wonderful yet much more expensive than the supermarkets. Of course many of the products are organically grown so worth paying the extra. Like many cities, food trucks have become very popular. These seem to turn up in various places and provide a wide variety of good quality foods at reasonable prices - in a separate section of the market there were at least six lined up serving queues of customers. We have also seen ...

        Drunk Driving Across the World

        A travel blog entry by mrhoney on Aug 20, 2015

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        ... to drinking and driving vary from state to state. For example, if you are convicted of a DUI in Alaska, first-time offenders may face a fine of at least $1,500, license revocation of at least 90 days, and at least 72 hours of jail time. In Wisconsin, however, first time offenders may have a smaller fine of a couple hundred dollars, but license suspension for six to nine months. While ...