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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... CLT I ever put in my mouth. Lunch is over now it is time to hit the road.
We crossed the Catawba River and not only do we know the name, we can spell it. Well maybe we had a little spelling help from the sign identifying the river.
We listened to the Falcons game and they actually won. At least one of our teams won their game this weekend. Yeah...
We arrived at Sister's house ...
... 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 ...
... find the downtown area and see what type little shops they might have. I hope that is easier than finding the stadium. There has been some serious map reading today and it doesn't look like that will change any time soon. We found the downtown area and after much circling, found the life size bronze bull we had seen earlier.
Time to head back to the hotel to rest before dinner. Sightseeing just wears a person out.
Dinner was at ...
... we may also see some of the fall colours for which the Smoky Mountains are so famous. Sadly we will not see New England in fall, which it is also famous for, as that is just too far north for us to travel too again. Tonight is grill night - every Sunday Cam along with Nick and Gienia share dinner together and during the warmer weather this means using the grill (aka BBQ). We have enjoyed some lovely evenings together and tonight will be no different. Tomorrow we hit the road ...
... love I have for people. My extreme extroversion is the root of all that I do, and I'm proud of that. It's also the root of all that I fear. Without the energy from others to guide my own, I feel somewhat lost in a mix of anxiety and confusion. Who am I without you? Without others in general?
So here is where my journey begins. I will accept the fear that comes with the unknown and place trust in the incredible journey ...