Travel information on the state of North Carolina.
As a former marketing person in the travel and tourism industry and now a freelance travel writer, I enjoy my home state and sharing information on destinations and life in the state of North Carolina.
|Gramig||08/02/12||10||10||10||Love Reynolda house. Will try the restaurants .....|
|J. WILLIAM FOSTER||03/12/12||10||10||10||THAMKS BILL. WILL BE IN TOPUCH. NOW .....|
|Andy||04/13/11||10||10||10||Thank you very much. Very helpful. Thanks|
|chris||07/02/09||10||10||10||Great suggestions! I'm definitely going to enjoy .....|
Hi! I think I can probably suit all of those requirements in Winston-Salem! Let's work backwards. The historic area stroll you seek is the Old Salem historic district, located just south of the downtown
OK, first of all I'm going to assume that you want to take a ferry to Okracoke Island. As you may or may not know, there are two different ferries that access Okracoke. One of them comes from the north
Mr. Foster, I understand your enthusiasm for train travel, especially in Europe where trains are high-speed and clean and frequent. If you've traveled much by Amtrak, however, you may not find the experience
Hi, Andy! I think there may be some options that would suit you, but it is unfortunate that there's nothing really perfect right in the Raleigh-Durham-Chapel Hill area. A really good source, quite searchable
Hi! You ask a lot of good questions, and I hope I can provide some useful answers. First, on the job front, the impact of the current economy seems to have varied from county to county -- and most NC areas