Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Charlotte Airport-Belmont
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... 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 ...
... to the mall next door for lunch, then checked into our hotel. We were very pleased to see it was a huge improvement on the room we had last night. Luxurious actually. We are currently sitting on the first couch in 5 weeks (other than at Julie's in Vancouver) and not only that, we are watching sport on TV in a room separate from the beds.
Jen's cousin, Wayne, lives in Charlotte so we headed over to his house ...
At 3:45 am we awoke to pack the car and get Andrew ready for the next leg of our journey. We pulled out of the Lozzi clan's Charlotte house at 4:45 am and we were on the road again.
All was going well until we stopped in GA for a bathroom break and discovered that Andrew had the worst blow-out that I can remember! Needless to say, Mom and Andrew BOTH needed to change their clothes at ...
Today was a pretty laid back day. We had a nice breakfast with Aunt Diana and then around noon Jeff and I went kayaking while Andrew slept. We got a tour of the new house they are building which is gorgeous!
We continued to enjoy the incredible view of Lake Norman as we had a lovely dinner with our ...
... lunch by the Serene Jackson lake with an incredible view of the mountains. A solitary deer greeted us in the way back. A little further ahead, what sounded like down of a rock in a crescendo manner, was the non-vocal wing flapping sound made by the ruffed grouse. Per Wikipedia, finding this bird can be challenging and requires a good ear. Go, Brenda!
June 18 (Day 5)
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