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A visit to the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill evokes thoughts of the famous Bell Tower, the Dean Smith Center, the Old Well or students strolling tree-lined walkways. But there’s another spot on campus not to be overlooked …

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Chef Hamm’s delicious sampling at Cafe 121 in Cary, North Carolina Come hungry, wear comfortable shoes, pace yourself and be prepared to enjoy some amazing food. That’s my advice for diners embarking on the Triangle Food Tour’s Downtown Cary Tour. …

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Featured advertiser   The National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton in Emmitsburg, Maryland We drove to Emmitsburg, Maryland to see the National Shrine of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton and discovered more waiting there than the story of America’s first …

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Featured advertiser Twisted Leather Bags Entrance to Tryon Palace in New Bern, North Carolina No, Fanny Price and Edmund Bertram didn’t show up but our group of 21st-century Jane Austen enthusiasts was transported to Regency era England for an afternoon …

Fort Bragg-a remote retreat on the Mendocino Coast

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A guest post by Michael Hepworth Fort Bragg is a quiet Northern California coastal town off the Mendocino coast, and part of the fun is getting there since this is quite a remote destination. We flew in to San Francisco …

 

Is a food tour the best way to explore Raleigh’s culinary scene?

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  There’s a lot happening in Raleigh, North Carolina these days. The city is one of the fastest growing in the country and is repeatedly recognized as a great place to work and live. The state capital is home to …

 

Discovering North Carolina’s Haw River Wine Trail

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  In the center of North Carolina between the mountains and the coast the Haw River flows. The land along its shores  between the Triad and Piedmont regions was once home to a booming textile industry and its rich soil, …

 

Touring Across Hawaii on a Shoe String Budget

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A guest post by Elvis Donnelly image courtesy of TripAdvisor.com I love road trips, who doesn’t? It’s just you, maybe a few companions, long stretches of beautifully laid out tarmac and one brilliant adventure after another. Discovering new places, meeting …

 

Old Salem in Winston-Salem; where you’ll enjoy the past in the present

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Old Salem in Winston-Salem, North Carolina With third-grader in tow I head to North Carolina’s fifth largest city, Winston-Salem, to find a favorite field trip destination known as Old Salem.  If you’ve never been to Old Salem, think of Colonial …

 

Tips for choosing the right beach house

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A guest post by Lori Aitkenhead.   If you are interested in an Outer Banks vacation this summer, now is the time to start making plans.  If you have already begun, you have probably discovered the large number of beach …