Suburban Extended Stay Concord
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a little bit wider (they feel more spacious) or maybe there was less traffic and wind, maybe because there’s no abrasive road noise from the tires on the asphalt (which is really awful on some roads), maybe I’m getting more used to all the congestion … and maybe it’s because I know I’m on my home. It’ll be awhile before I get there but I’m definitely pointed in that ...
... last night and it feels like I've spent the last 14 hours getting caught up on client assignments. There comes a point where I have to take a big deep breath and realize that no more can be done and my trip starts now. The time IS now. Next stop... Charlotte Douglas International ...
... GoPro will be shooting situations where ultra wide angle fisheye will be cool such as going up the cable cars to Grindlewald). I will most likely not be able to upload the higher resolution video from my GoPro video camera until I get back but should be able to put some photos in here whenever I get wi-fi in the hotel rooms.
TENTATIVE MILAGE BREAKDOWN (These destination are ...
... chill out session before agreeing that it had now reached dinner time and we were hungry once more. Having forgotten our burger from lunch, Vaughan proposed that since we hadn't had a burger in a while this is what we should have for dinner.
Some quick research later we were headed for Bad Daddy's, a chain of burger joints dotted around the state. As we've made our way South, we've noticed a decided increase in Southern drawls and when ...
... but we imagine not as easy to get in and out of the car! It was great to have a walk around and understand more about NASCAR. We are now going to look out for a race to watch on TV.
Richard Childress owns a winery a few miles down the road, so we went there for lunch. We had not considered the fact North Carolina produced wine but were so close thought why not. We had a lovely window table overlooking the vines as the ...