Fairfield Durham Research Triangle Park

Address: 4507 NC 55/Apex Hwy, Durham, North Carolina, 27713, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 4507 NC 55/Apex Hwy, Durham, is near Brightleaf Square and Old Chatham.
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Travel Blogs from Durham

Shopping and BBQ

A travel blog entry by damienandnadia on Jul 31, 2015

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... time drinking! You got a glass with entry and could walk around for as many samples as you liked. The sample sizes were pretty generous - a shot of liquor or about 100-150ml of beer. We were thinking the night could get pretty lively but everyone was well behaved and friendly. There was a band on stage for a few hours and it was a really nice atmosphere. Damien confirmed he does not like IPA (which is all the rage in the US) but managed to ...

Getting close to nature, part 2

A travel blog entry by damienandnadia on Jul 30, 2015

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... owners than there are in the wild! Of coarse in most cases the animals become too much for owners to handle, so they are either held in appalling conditions, let lose, or surrendered to authorities. The Tiger Rescue aims to give these animals a safe home, and to educate and campaign for an end to the private ownership of wild animals of any kind.
Damien got in touch with them before we arrived in the US to arrange a private tour of ...

Savannah to Raleigh

A travel blog entry by kmb91 on Jul 30, 2015

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... The houses remind me so much of the notebook & saw the actual movie theatre that Noah & Allie went to and laid in the road by! We drove down by the waterfront & the houses were insane!!! Massive ones with columns out the front and giant patios. Such a beautiful place! Would love to have stayed longer but we had lunch there at a water front restaurant which was so fresh & tasted so good. Then we wandered through the markets until we had to go ...

Home at last!

A travel blog entry by godseydownunder on Jun 30, 2015

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... As I listened to the frustrated, disgruntled American passengers, I thought back to the 3 weeks of "no worries " mindset we had experienced...sigh... Our adventure down under has come to an end, but the memories, experiences, laughter, silly "who cares if they're watching " actions we shared will last forever. Our family bonding feels super glued. Thank you for sharing this time with us! I'll let the mocha say it for ...

Return to Deb's College Town

A travel blog entry by debandbets on May 29, 2014

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... Carolina got into my DNA while I did a year's internship in Columbia, S.C.

I got in with the staff in the recreation therapy department at the Wlm.S. Hall Psychiatric Institute. I learned: always make friends with the people who are into recreation. (I’m not sure the degree or the job title still exists in America). But in 1974, it was alive and well and every weekend was ...