Radisson Hotel Research Triangle Park
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRadisson Hotel Research Triangle Park Durham
Had everything you could ever want, laundry, dinner and breakfast were comp. Basketball court and a pool. Mini kitchen with popcorn. Wish every hotel could be like this
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Today we are headed home. Another fun "Road Trip" has come to an end.
We had breakfast at the hotel, and are loaded up and trucking. Let's take bets on how long before we make a stop.
We learned a lot on this trip. We learned about the stupid camel thing, that the Little Dipper is fondu and not ice cream, how to find the bull, you can park for a short time in a handicap spot and not get ...
... football in the rain. I just barely do football in the sunshine. A little bit of football goes a long way for me. The gang is gone and I am left to my own resources. Trivia: In 1859 24 rabbits were released in Australia. Within 6 years, the population grew to 2 million. I just noticed they put trivia inside the lid of Snapple. Who knew? This could be a long day, but maybe I will learn something. I will be sure to pass along all of my new found knowledge. ...
... 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.
... with the tobacco industry and much wealth was generated. Mid week we visited the original Duke Homestead. This was the family home and farm of the Duke family and it was here that their first tobacco factory was located. From here they relocated to the centre of Durham and continued to build their empire which culminated in a 40 million endowment in 1924 being set up to build Trinity College which was later renamed Duke University. Duke remains a private university today. Can ...
... to drinking and driving vary from state to state. For example, if you are convicted of a DUI in Alaska, first-time offenders may face a fine of at least $1,500, license revocation of at least 90 days, and at least 72 hours of jail time. In Wisconsin, however, first time offenders may have a smaller fine of a couple hundred dollars, but license suspension for six to nine months. While ...