Chapel Hill InnTown

Address: 609 Hillborough St., Chapel Hill, North Carolina, 27514, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 609 Hillborough St., Chapel Hill, is near University of North Carolina, University of North Carolina's Planetarium, Morehead Planetarium, and Ackland Art Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Chapel Hill

      Visiting an old friend.

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 28, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... that we were passing through the other area whereas we were set to visit our friend here. Yikes. Turns out our initial reaction was an over reaction and the place was quiet and the people quite nice. One man came over and offered to help us pump up the pressure in our RV tires. Sometimes first impressions are wrong. It was very quiet. Turns out it was fine and half the ...

      A taste of the neighborhood

      A travel blog entry by carilyne on Oct 22, 2014

      ... and tired; Cherie from a fall and tennis, me from the plane ride. So we didn't get out and walk.
      After visiting on her patio we walked down the trail toward the small lake by her townhouse. Roxie, her dog ran on ahead and had fun running in circles and going back and forth while we walked slowly. It is a very pretty area.
      There is a gazebo with rocking chairs which we sat in and talked until we got good and chilled. ...

      A long day's journey.

      A travel blog entry by carilyne on Oct 21, 2014

      ... Appalachians from the air. But the whole area was covered in clouds. In descending you could see it was layers of clouds. It was pretty fascinating. The top layer was just the thin clouds, but below was a thick layer of clouds. The plane was cutting a slice of cloud cake. Fascinating how God made them.
      Arriving in Cary I discovered that car rentals were in another annex. That meant carrying all my luggage out of the airport, then you had to go up to the crosswalk ...

      Auf wiedersehen, Deutschland!

      A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Oct 19, 2014

      3 comments

      ... windows that tilt out and open sideways and transparent doors and cobblestone streets—the cable ride up the Zugspitze and mountain views and quaint city centers and Neuschwanstein castle and Nussdorf—We Will Rock You and accordion players and opera singers in the street—rainy walks and brilliant blue skies and a carriage ride—car warning lights and getting lost and finding our way again. As the commercial says, ...

      You Can't Get There from Here

      A travel blog entry by rebeccabrent on Oct 10, 2014

      ... to deal with it in Chicago.

      We got to RDU at 4, checked in with the seats United gave us, and flew to Chicago with no incident. We went to the gate for the Frankfurt flight, and I explained to the Lufthansa agent what had happened and asked if she could get us seats together. She looked on the computer, and informed us that at 1 p.m. United had cancelled our reservation on that flight ...