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Washington Duke Inn and JB Duke Hotel

Washington Duke Inn and JB Duke Hotel; Two Hidden Gems at Duke University

The Washington Duke Inn & Golf Club and JB Duke Hotels are two incredible hidden gems at Duke University. I’ve lived in the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill) since the early 90s and had no idea Duke University, famous for academics, medicine, and sports, also offers stellar accommodations. Not just one, but two first-class uniquely-styled hotels sit tucked in the Duke Forest on the edge of this picturesque…
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Triangle Food Tour is a tasty way to discover Durham’s historic past and culinary present

I'm a big fan of food tours. A walking food tour is a terrific way to learn about a city while enjoying some of its best culinary offerings. Triangle Food Tour travels through downtown Durham, North Carolina introducing tour-goers to some of the delicious highlights of Durham’s culinary scene while imparting historic facts and fascinating details of the Bull City. Durham's Bright Leaf Square Durham's Culinary Scene Durham's…
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Arrowhead Inn B&B – a charming inn in the heart of Durham, NC

Majestic magnolia’s and cheerful flowers welcome me as I arrive at Arrowhead Inn Bed & Breakfast in Durham, North Carolina. Sure, it’s a historic inn, a Select Registry inn as well as a Four Diamond AAA inn, so I was expecting to be impressed. Nevertheless, I had no idea how impressed I’d be. A total of nine guest rooms. Built in the 18th-Century, the home and land belonged…
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Kayaking winery tour – a perfect combination

  A kayak winery tour on Virginia's Eastern Shore ~ SouthEast Expeditions I have found the most unusual winery tour.  SouthEast Expeditions on Virginia's Eastern Shore combines a water adventure with the refinement of a wine-tasting to create this one-of-a-kind outdoor expedition. I wrote about the tour for Examiner.com but wanted to share it with you all here at Pull Over and Let Me…
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