Holiday Inn Express Durham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... and argue economics and down a box or two of wine. Quite often
when I get into economics discussions with people I’m the liberal in the debate
but with Bob I’m usually the conservative.
I didn’t do much in the way of touring or sightseeing in
Durham but thought I’d create a short blog entry for a couple of the pictures I
took and a few of my impressions. We mostly hung out at La Mixteca Mexican
restaurant and ate half ...
... for temporary
exhibitions, of which the big one at the time of my visit was American
photorealist painting. That’s not a genre I’m very familiar with, but the idea
is painting either from photography or from sight to make the output look as
realistic and close to photographic accuracy as possible, the antithesis of the
trend since the Impressionist movement towards ever more moody, surreal, and
abstract representations in art.
... her entire family. The weather was absolutely an 70 degrees perfect
and we couldn't have asked for better weather.
We ate a delicious five star gourmet dinner containing spanakopda, ratatouille, garlic bread, freshly made salad with freshly grown tomatoes, cilantro, and mozarella. The dinner in my opinion was a very well cooked and healthy meal surrounded by great people who were just thrilled to be together.
... decide to park one car and her eyes bulged as we encounter new building after new building after new building, nicely fit into the existing footprint of the campus. We were disappointed that in one area a former woodland was destroyed to make room for new buildings, but most of the new construction was to renovate existing buildings, which made the campus shine with newness. We could not believe how large and how modern the campus now looked. We ...
... of the trip to northern New England. All my other nights were either tent camping or what I call "car camping".
South of Portland the beaches are sandier and the shore towns heavier with beach-oriented tourist accommodation. The traffic on the coastal road on Sunday was unbearable, and sights like the picturesque coastal lighthouses were completely mobbed with cars circling around for parking. I decided to skip the mayhem, avoid ...