Holiday Inn Express Durham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... time drinking! You got a glass with entry and could walk around for as many samples as you liked. The sample sizes were pretty generous - a shot of liquor or about 100-150ml of beer. We were thinking the night could get pretty lively but everyone was well behaved and friendly. There was a band on stage for a few hours and it was a really nice atmosphere. Damien confirmed he does not like IPA (which is all the rage in the US) but managed to ...
... She was given a taste of it when she was at school and will never forget it. She was pleased to hear that Nadia doesn't eat the stuff either! We told her that Tim Tams are a much better example of Australian food that she should try to eat. Maryssa repaid us by recommending a bakery nearby which makes amazing doughnuts, so of course we went straight there!
Before we tried our doughnuts, we had late lunch at a really nice Mexican ...
... 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 ...
Well, believe it or not, it took 44 hrs from the start of our return from NZ, to our arrival back home Sunday afternoon! Our flight into Dallas was too late to fly out Saturday night. In fact, we were the only plane at DFW. A breeze going through customs with no one else around. Quantas put us up in a hotel, 20 min. away, not so bad, except there was an accident on the interstate, which turned our ride into almost an ...
... down to the parking lot and then headed across Old Oxford Highway to Section 23 of the Falls Lake Trail. There's a new campsite along this section of the trail. A private landowner is nice enough to allow hikers to camp on his land and I wanted to check it out. So I hiked about 3 miles east on Section 23 to the well-marked turn onto a blue-blazed spur trail. The spur trail ...