La Quinta Inn & Suites Raleigh Cary
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... really nice beers to sample. Nadia found a delicious apple pie liquor, some peach moonshine that could have launched the space shuttle and even a very nice grapefruit beer which she enjoyed. We both also enjoyed a very nice cider.
While the band was finishing up we decided to head home before the mass exodus and there was a surprising lack of stumbling! Like I said it was a nice evening, despite the BBQ aspect being a little bit ...
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 ...
Everyone on contiki had a rather heavy night the night before so the long bus journey we had today was going to be interesting. I woke up hating life with a spinning head and feeling rather delicate. Had some brekky & felt better but still could have done with staying in bed. Then it was on the way to Charleston. We got there and picked up Lynda our tour guide. She got on our bus and we drove round Charleston & it's the prettiest place so far in America ...
... was difficult in the rocky land and everyone needed to help out. The poor soil for farming was one of the reasons that the federal government purchased the land to convert into a park. From here, we continued on the trail to the ruins of the Company Mill, where we met Joe Grissom and his son. Joe was born and lived in what is now the park until age 8 when the federal government purchased the land as part of the ...
... So I waited to make sure I was in the right place. We had a good visit. Her husband joined us and told me he was mad at me because I was late -- he had wanted to plot mischief against Cherie. The dog, Roxie, loved me but also loved to lick me. Hmmm I thought I left the licking dog behind. Her favorite was my right arm which had been wrapped so it was probably sweaty. The cat also made friends which is rare for her. So I have been accepted.