Sleep Inn Wake Forest Raleigh North
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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 ...
... not the only ones parked like that. Go figure. So much for being lucky. We went a little farther and found another parking lot. Charles saw Scott Posey who he knows from business and they talked a while. At least Scott did. He is a talker. Off to the bookstore for lunch. They have food as well as other stuff. Lunch was at the Au Bon Pain. The crew got ready for the game and I got ready to chill. People who know me know "I don't like to get wet" so I ...
... apparently, he said iExit so I could find a gas station. So much for my hearing.... We ended up going back by the hotel for gas because we knew there was a gas station there.
Now we are off to find the stadium and also parking for tomorrow. We have a map with both marked and we are still lost. We finally found Wallace Wade Stadium and right beside it is Cameron Indoor Arena. Not sure why they need to name it indoor cause I thought ...
... 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 ...
... a “fun place to party” and even though it can be a great country to relax, they take their drinking and driving seriously. In Australia the BAC is 0.05 and first offenders of a DUI may be fined up to $1,600 and serve jail time while repeat offenders may lose their license for more than 3 years and pay hefty fines of up to $2,900.
- Canada: You don’t have ...