Hilton Durham Near Duke University
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... were deciding whether to walk and were pleased to hear we were walking as well. We headed off but Damien's entusiasm mixed with his normally fast walking meant we left them behind pretty quickly. We got to the festival only to realise Nadia had left her ID behind. They were pretty strictly checking everyone and we had to wait with another lady for a man to come out to let them both enter. Despite both looking well over 21, (the other lady was ...
We drove from Columbia toward Cary today, spending most of the day in the car.
The highlight of the day was a visit to the Carolina Tiger Rescue. This is an amazing organisation which rescues and cares for Tigers and other carnivores which have been either seized or surrendered from private owners. It is legal in some US states, including North and South Carolina, to buy and keep all sorts of wild animals as pets! There are more tigers held ...
... the bus & go to Raleigh. 2 & a half hours later we got here but ten minutes before the hotel and literally round the corner the bus just cut out! Broke down for all of 5 minutes then we got to the hotel and had 45 mins to get changed then go for dinner. It was a buffet dinner at Golden Corral which wasn't amazing but it was alright. Then it was back to the hotel for a chilled night with some of the girls! Busy day ahead tomorrow, Washington, D.C. Here we ...
... As I listened to the frustrated, disgruntled American passengers, I thought back to the 3 weeks of "no worries " mindset we had experienced...sigh... Our adventure down under has come to an end, but the memories, experiences, laughter, silly "who cares if they're watching " actions we shared will last forever. Our family bonding feels super glued. Thank you for sharing this time with us! I'll let the mocha say it for ...
After a long winter, spring is finally here. To celebrate the nice weather, I headed to Penny's Bend Nature Preserve in Durham. This small preserve on a horseshoe bend in Eno River is one of the best places in the Triangle area to see wildflowers. Arriving at the preserve, the parking lot was full and I had to park along the street. Luckily, most of these people were here ...