Durham Skyland Magnuson Hotel

Address: 5400 US Highway 70 W, Durham, North Carolina, 27705, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 5400 US Highway 70 W, Durham, is near Sarah P. Duke Gardens, Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Eno River State Park, and Bennett Place Historic Site.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Durham Skyland Magnuson Hotel

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Travel Blogs from Durham

Our last 5 days also full!

A travel blog entry by janetbodisco on Jun 08, 2015

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... stops and momentous events.
On to Montgomery, AL and then Tues. June 2nd we were in Aiken, SC where we visited our dear "old" friends Bob & Bonnie Nowak. Always so nice to spend time with them - sharing news of families & friends. Weather was a little threatening, so decided to forgo a day of golf, and we headed for home a day early!
Arrived home, safe ...

Trip to Australia & New Zealand

A travel blog entry by godseydownunder on Jun 05, 2015

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We are busy packing and getting ready to catch our flight this afternoon. So we haven't left the house yet and I'm wondering what we forgot!

Ironmate here...Im eerily calm, what is wrong with me.??? All of us managed to pack just 2 bags pp. Of course Ironman also had his bike and race duffel, so he had ...

We're leaving on a Jet Plane...

A travel blog entry by sixstoppers on Jun 04, 2015

Finally after waiting and saving for two years, the trip of a lifetime is here.  It's a cloudy, gray day in Holly Springs but in our minds, it's totally bright and sunny.  We've had our fingernails and toenails primped, our bags are packed, our tummies are full - ...

The Tar Heel State

A travel blog entry by cemewa on May 29, 2015

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... a nickname given during 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 ...

What You Likely Would Leave Behind & Packing Tunes

A travel blog entry by kayla.trudnak on May 24, 2015

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  • Multiple first-aid kits!! If you lose one, what.....you're S.O.L?
  • Not only did I place an index card in each bag with emergency contacts, addresses, embassy information, etc. but this time around I wrote Bali, Australia, Africa, and the United State's embassy information on the inside of my waist pack. Hopefully, that will never be necessary but better to be prepared for disaster....
  • A copy of ...