The Dunhill Hotel
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Friday saw us have a really big sleep in (Phil needed some time to order some parts), so it wasn't until the late morning till we left the hotel and headed out to see some Race Parts Shops - Phil and his dad were very happy to be looking into the shops while Phil's Mum and I waiting patiently in the car. We must have visited 3 different shops. Charlotte obviously has a lot of racing and car part ...
... across the US). The day was a long drive taking more than 7 hours with only food stops. Charlotte is very busy at the moment as there is NASCAR racing this week and guess what! I am going to the race! Very exciting.
To give you an ideas of what we have done so far...
We started in Vancouver, Canada and flew down to Seattle in Washington State, where we picked up our car, we have driven ...
... but it was good.
We had a mostly good night's sleep, and got up early again. We had to eat breakfast, pack up and check out, and hit the road in time for Heidi to make her 1:15 pm Chemistry class in Mooresville.
We arrived in Mooresville in time to unload the car and take Heidi to class. We took her because at least one of our cars is not running ...
... and two daughters), Bobbie & George Ball (9/11), Janie Levinson & Carol Hicks, Doris Anne Bradley (Cov. Presby alto) & roommate Kathy Simpson, Lee Carol Giduz (Brahm curator), Jonathan Stuhlman (Mint), Charles Landreth (preacher), Grace Corbett, Linda Russell, Kat Belk & Katie Morris, Kathy Price, Jane Norwood & ...
My trip has commenced, and so far there have been no bumps in the road. Dad and I arrived at the airport on time, checked in, and went through security. Next, we started hunting for breakfast. In making my decision, I tried to consider what types of breakfasts (and food in general) I wouldn't be able to get in Germany. I eventually decided on Pinkberry, a ...