Hampton Inn Sanford
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... power lines and ducked into the woods on the left at the big pine tree. There were many glass bottles on the ground here, so we had to watch our footing. Rod brought us to the ruins of the log cabin theater. It was built by Genevieve Woodson, a local schoolteacher and had attracted the attention of folks at UNC in Chapel Hill. We then crossed Graylyn Trail and went through the power line clearing to another old ...
... the various nauseating exercises astronauts have to go through in their preparatory training. Everyone had a blast building real-time topographical maps and learning about water conservation, but the real highlight was the "Gross Lab," when we got to investigate the origins of morning breath, flatulence, nasal congestion and the like. Big fun.
After a couple of years on the equator, everyone was ...
... many other places. We spent two days with Kate, mostly doing errands, cooking meals, visiting. Also tapped into her high speed internet to update all of our software. . We didn't tour very much but did see downtown chapel hill where university of North Carolina is.just fun to see Kate. Oh yes. I got a bad haircut. Too short. Sigh. It will grow out. See pic and leave a comment on ...
... and tired; Cherie from a fall and tennis, me from the plane ride. So we didn't get out and walk.
After visiting on her patio we walked down the trail toward the small lake by her townhouse. Roxie, her dog ran on ahead and had fun running in circles and going back and forth while we walked slowly. It is a very pretty area.
There is a gazebo with rocking chairs which we sat in and talked until we got good and chilled. ...
... at the far end of all the waiting areas, then cross the road and trying to make it back to the right waiting area. While negotiating suitcases on a small island of waiting areas, with people standing and barely enough room to keep a big suitcase behind you. All the luggage had to be loaded into the van (I had a very friendly and helpful driver). Then it drove in circles (it seemed) and finally arrived in the rental car area. The line was about 10 people long with 2 ...