Fairfield Durham Research Triangle Park
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... CLT I ever put in my mouth. Lunch is over now it is time to hit the road.
We crossed the Catawba River and not only do we know the name, we can spell it. Well maybe we had a little spelling help from the sign identifying the river.
We listened to the Falcons game and they actually won. At least one of our teams won their game this weekend. Yeah...
We arrived at Sister's house ...
Well, as expected, it's raining...... Boy do I love football, especially in the rain. NOT............. We got in the car and Charles asks if he needs the map. Without hesitation Stew handed Charles the map. Stew is having a "thought process". Now that's scary.... We found a parking lot, drove in, parked and the the lady came and said we could not park there. She said we were not in a legal spot and they want to keep the lot looking nice. That's a new one. ...
... the Duke campus and the next trick was to find the Visitor Center and a place to park. Found the Visitor Center, found a parking garage, and got a ticket but the gate didn't go up. We had to wait for the lady taking money to come let us in the garage. Talk about parking inefficiency. Not us but them. We had to search for a spot to park. That was a challenge.
We went to the Visitor's Center and got campus information, went to the bookstore ...
... with the tobacco industry and much wealth was generated. Mid week we visited the original Duke Homestead. This was the family home and farm of the Duke family and it was here that their first tobacco factory was located. From here they relocated to the centre of Durham and continued to build their empire which culminated in a 40 million endowment in 1924 being set up to build Trinity College which was later renamed Duke University. Duke remains a private university today. Can ...
... have different laws, some moderate and some strict, it’s not worth the risk.
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When traveling across the continent it’s not uncommon to become immersed in the culture, which includes eating and drinking. Universally, alcohol is often used to bring friends together, to be enjoyed with food, and to set the mood for a party or a ...