Knights Inn High Point
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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My sister Maureen has Thursday through Saturday off work, so we will spend some of our last few days with her. Also, her husband's family will be having an early Thanksgiving together on Saturday. We are currently staying with my niece & her husband and have a rental car for this week, which has been handy. Our journey will continue on Tuesday morning as we head off from the Greensboro Airport, change planes at Charlotte and on to a chilly ...
... family on my dad's side (grandparents, my dad's older sister, and all of her children and grandchildren) as well as our old friends and neighbors the Logan's (both the parents, as well as their two daughters and three granddaughters), by stopping in Brevard, Asheville, Black Mountain, and Greensboro. Now were on the cutest (at least smallest) train we've ridden so far on our way to Raleigh. I'll tell you how Raleigh was ...
... all the time now. She is having assistance from home care now and thinks its wonderful. Even though I have been asking her to Use it for the past couple of years. My older brother is staying with her at present which is giving my younger brother a break. We leave the USA on Wednesday and with no hiccups home on Friday to see Jessica off on her holiday to Central America, Canada and USA ...
After internet research, many phone calls, much reservation and excitement, we decided to 'get back on the horse' after our accident and made a deal to purchase a 2010 Winnebago Journey from Don Charles in Winston-Salem, NC. A super quick trip to Rick's RV to get the Edge ready to tow, a quick drive to North Carolina, a quick lesson on all the components of a diesel pusher and a complicated ...
... day early to get ready. He said he has a mobile kitchen and doesn't use any local ingredients (they are all flown in... I guess you don't want to risk the players getting sick!). I asked him for trade secrets, and he said it's all pretty basic: lots of protein, lots of carbs, some fat. I told him he could write a cookbook and become famous, and he laughed and said that would violate his contract. Oh well! Then ...