Red Carpet Inn Greensboro

Address: 3303 Isler St., Greensboro, North Carolina, 27407, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 3303 Isler St., Greensboro, is near The Bog Garden, Greensboro Children's Museum, Greensboro Historical Museum, and The Spa at Grandover Resort.
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Travel Blogs from Greensboro

A Long Way Home

A travel blog entry by johnbrand on Jul 04, 2015

1 photo

... if something went wrong. They listened and were watchful and careful. I was also very proud of how they got along and grew closer as brothers. It's a trip that none of us will ever forget. I hope this blog, the pictures, and the memories will bring a smile to their faces when they need it the most. I'm very blessed to have these two great sons. I love you guys!
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Packing Day

A travel blog entry by abrand on Jun 17, 2015

15 photos

... it is I'm singing or the significance of the words. Saturday we were camping when we heard the news of Lee's death. While on a bike ride, and for the pretty much everyday since the words of the song "No Other Name" by Big Daddy Weave have run almost constantly through my mind. Specifically the words 'When I wake up in the land of glory, with the saints I will tell my story'. I kept thinking of Lee, one minute in Jamaica on a mission ...

There's A New Sheriff in Town

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 07, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... of Andy Griffith. Fittingly, Mt. Airy is also the town that Mayberry was modeled after on the Andy Griffith Show. Most of you are probably old enough to remember the show, right?

The show ran from October 1960 until April 1968 and featured Sheriff Andy Taylor played by Andy Griffith, Deputy Barney Fife played by Don Knotts, Opie Taylor played by Ron Howard and Aunt Bee played by Francis Bavier. There were a host of other characters on ...

Was I actually there......where am I heading?

A travel blog entry by lyssablair on Jun 07, 2015

So now its basically official that I'm heading to Germany. I'll be leaving on September 1st to begin a new chapter in my life. I'm super excited to start this journey (and of course nervous) and can't wait to face new challenges, have new experiences, and meet new people.

But, I really shouldn't forget the one place I went that got me hooked on wanting to travel. In a couple of weeks (June 22nd to be exact) it'll be one year since I've been back in the states. When I ...

Family Day

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 07, 2015

1 comment, 12 photos

... up letting them use his truck to pick up a bunch of heavy materials so they didn’t have to try to load it in their Prius. We thought that was pretty nice considering he had never met them. They were gone quite a while and at one point he wondered if they were going to bring it back. I told him they probably stole it. They didn’t.

Part of Susie’s ritual lately is to feed the birdhouse inhabitants that she has. A family of blue birds has ...