Hampton Inn Raleigh - Capital Blvd. North
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New Years Day rounds around and after a fairly lateish night we decided it was going to be a late check out and then off to the highlight of the tour, Richmond Virginia.
As we were cruising up the highway time come for a driver swap so we had to get off the freeway where we ended up in a very small town called Lawrenceville. This …
... home to a person they just met and tell them to make themselves at home. He also metioned to me that since work and staying busy he really doesn't have any company over so it works for him also that I'm there because it livens things up a bit.
A few posts back when I was in Philadelphia I wrote about a woman named Pat who had a heart like this man I'm staying with now in Raleigh. It is continuely proving to me ...
... so we just sat in the sun by the bus until everyone got back. After another 2 hour drive we arrived at the Best Western hotel in Rayleigh which was our final stop of the day. As soon as we got there a group of lads helped Marcus get all the bags off of the coach as always before the rest of us were allowed off of the coach. Jake and I were given our key quite quickly so we were able to get in to our room quite early. We had about an hour to kill before we had to meet ...
... a detachable day-pack because it's great as a carry on and exactly that - a day-pack for smaller excursions where you don't need to bring everything you have.
First Aid kit. Maybe not if you're going to be sticking it out in the suburbs but when you're surfing in remote parts of Indonesia it's a really good idea.
Ear plugs. You will love these on the plane when your neighbor is snoring or there's a crying baby. There's always a crying baby. Also good in your ...
... 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.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services