Chapel Hill InnTown
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for our food to arrive Liz called Stew from Africa, and we got to see Eliza Joy. She is sooooo cute. She likes to scrunch up her nose. Oh yea, we talked to Liz too. That's what happens when you have children, you blend into the background, but happily.
Lunch was good and included milkshakes, so how bad could it be? I had a CLT - that would be cheese, lettuce and tomato sandwich. I do believe it was ...
Well, as expected, it's raining...... Boy do I love football, especially in the rain. NOT............. We got in the car and Charles asks if he needs the map. Without hesitation Stew handed Charles the map. Stew is having a "thought process". Now that's scary.... We found a parking lot, drove in, parked and the the lady came and said we could not park there. She said we were not in a legal spot and they want to keep the lot looking nice. That's a new one. ...
... Duke. We also saw the Forlines House which is the home of the Duke Alumni Association.
Finding the parking lot is not so easy. Haven't we seen that lake before? Yep, and we are seeing it again. I am impressed with all of the trees on the campus. It feels like you are in a National Park. It is absolutely beautiful with the stone buildings and all the trees. We finally found the parking lot for tomorrow. Whew, that was tough.
... is a city of about 250,000 and part of the wider Triangle of Durham, Chapel Hill and Raleigh which basically merge with each other. The total population of these three cities is over two million. Durham is a university city with three universities - Duke (where Cam studied in 2010), University of North Carolina and also North Carolina Central University. Classes commenced this past week and as Duke alone has around 14,000 students there has been a huge influx into the ...
... the U.S. Civil War, because of the state's importance on the Confederate side, and the fact that the troops "stuck to their ranks like they had tar on their heels".
All I can say is today felt so hot it would melt the tar in the road...
However, I do prefer to think of North Carolina in James Taylor's words. Though he may have been referring to a woman...
Have now met all of the nieces and nephews. So slowly working our way through the whole family