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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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... and we got photos, but Damien still wanted to see more so we headed to the college. Damien took A LOT of photos of squirrels, and they are pretty cute! Eventually Nadia was able to convice Damien that it was time to leave them alone, and we headed back to our rooms. We had a late lunch, so dinner was also pretty late, and pretty light.
Our impressions of North Carolina:
Southern manners is totally a real thing! People are so polite. All the time. They always say ...
... tried to find somewhere for dinner. We had to make a few calls but were able to find a really lovely restaurant in town. The food was delicious, and we were both excited to see steamed vegetables on our plate, something we had missed with the recent emphasis on typical southern cuisine! We had a lovely dinner, then walked back to our room to callapse for another night. Damien has a full day of waterfalls planned for ...
... to go next and what we can fit in before we run out of time, we have a big list that keeps on getting bigger not smaller, also my visa extension is going to take 2.5 months from the time of my application until we find out wether or not I can stay any longer.
Wednesday 3rd June
The weather ...
... with them. Before Jeff knows it, I will have our house sold and we'll be moving up there! Just kidding... kinda. :)
Tomorrow we are going to be able to see my family and spend some time with them. As of recently, half of my family now lives in the mountains! I have an Aunt, Uncle, cousins, sister, brother in law, niece, my dad and my step mom... all now in the mountains! It seems like a natural fit for our family!
... the creek. We sat for a little while here and I took off my boots and socks to wade in the creek below the falls. The water was very shallow and I wanted to get pictures from different angles as well as head over to the island in the creek. When we had enough, we climbed back up to the road and made our way back to the car. In another mile or so, we came to the Bull Pen Bridge (also called the Iron Bridge by locals) over ...