Red Roof Inn Raleigh Southwest - Cary

Address: 1800 Walnut Street, Cary, North Carolina, 27511-9200, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 1800 Walnut Street, Cary, is near RBC Center, Lake Johnson Park, Lake Wheeler, and J.S. Dorton Arena.
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    Travel Blogs from Cary

    Homeward Bound

    A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Sep 27, 2015

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    ... CLT I ever put in my mouth. Lunch is over now it is time to hit the road.

    We crossed the Catawba River and not only do we know the name, we can spell it. Well maybe we had a little spelling help from the sign identifying the river.

    We listened to the Falcons game and they actually won. At least one of our teams won their game this weekend. Yeah...

    We arrived at Sister's house ...

    Game Day

    A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Sep 26, 2015

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    ... for dinner. We went to Devines Restaurant and Sports Bar for dinner. It is owned by Gene Devine since 1978. He is s former Duke football player. I learned about it from my NBF I met while watching the game in the student center. Devines is a hopping place. Typical sports bar with many TV's and lots of noise. You don't go there to talk, that's for sure. The food was not too bad. I had a grilled cheese sandwich and chicken noodle soup. Can't go wrong ...

    A Day in Rainy Durham

    A travel blog entry by herlenegilbert on Sep 25, 2015

    58 photos

    ... find the downtown area and see what type little shops they might have. I hope that is easier than finding the stadium. There has been some serious map reading today and it doesn't look like that will change any time soon. We found the downtown area and after much circling, found the life size bronze bull we had seen earlier.

    Time to head back to the hotel to rest before dinner. Sightseeing just wears a person out.

    Dinner was at ...

    In and around Durham

    A travel blog entry by gill.peterhosie on Aug 30, 2015

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    ... available, many of them completely foreign to us, was wonderful yet much more expensive than the supermarkets. Of course many of the products are organically grown so worth paying the extra. Like many cities, food trucks have become very popular. These seem to turn up in various places and provide a wide variety of good quality foods at reasonable prices - in a separate section of the market there were at least six lined up serving queues of customers. We have also seen ...

    Rod's Umstead Ruins Hike

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Dec 13, 2014

    12 photos

    ... off trail and headed up a short ways to old magazine that was used to store explosives. The thick stone walls would absorb much of the blast if they were to accidentally detonate. From here, we headed to the old homestead where Joe was born and lived the first eight years of his life. There wasn’t much left of the homestead, but we could see an old, dying walnut tree near where his house had been. He used to ...