Renaissance Raleigh North Hills

4100 Main at North Hills Street, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27609, United States
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Day trip to the sea coast?

by diver-x

I might have an opportunity to move to the Raleigh area from Boston so I'm looking at all the pros & cons. One of my big concerns is that it's far from the sea coast. All my life I've lived less than an hour away from the ocean and I would miss being able to go diving on a whim in the summer. Is it possible to take a day trip to the sea coast? Keep in mind, that I'm the kind of person who day trips to Martha's Vineyard from the Boston area (a 2 1/2 hour trip one way). What are the nicest coastal areas closest to Raleigh? Any good diving? Thanks!

RE: Day trip to the sea coast?

by jimwebster

I am a native of Durham, which is just west of Raleigh. You would be only about 4 hours from the coast. And maybe 5 hours plus from Myrtle Beach, SC. As far as the NC coast goes for tourism and such, from about mid-point and southward would offer the most options. The northern part of the coast is largely unpopulated and open. Whether this is because of the outer banks landcape or what, I really don't know. Just keep in mind that the undertow of the water current can be very strong! I don't know if that helps or not. If you are interested, I could share some places to see. (I may have to do some web surfing to get the names straight.) My father and his brothers were always fishing, so we went to the coast several times a year just to fish. So most of my memories are from that time period. The NC coast has a lot of rich history, from early settlements to pirates to the civil war.

Travel Tips for Raleigh

Go during October when the NC...

by amyday

Go during October when the NC State Fair is going on. There's the usual food, games, arts and crafts, and game booths, but most of all the nicest people you could ever hope to meet. Long summer afternoons at Pullen Park. Pack your own lunch and snooze in the soft grass. Clean, quiet, great for a Sunday afternoon picnic.

Cheap well drinks

by MovingMere about Rummrunners

My brother calls this a vomit bar. You know, one of the places where people go right after they turn 21 and are just getting used to handling their alcohol in public? Yeah. Most people I know have an embarrassing Rumrunners story, but I suppose it's a rite of passage.

They have two piano players who play sing your requests and the whole bar sings along. If it's your birthday, graduation, bachelorette party, whatever, they'll get you up on stage to sing along and do a stupid dance.

Wednesday night is $1.25 well night, so all the cheap mixed drinks are even cheaper. Drink up!

More than just cheese cake!

by gordonilla about The Cheesecake Factory

After some retail therapy at the Crabtree Valley Mall - my colleague, Donna, and I went to dinner. It was a spur of the moment thing - but it was well worth it.

It was excellent experience; the interior was large and cool - Egyptian style decor, latin music and great staff. Our server was Will - great service and personality. The spicy cashew chicken and kpobe burger are great choices. Also have a cheesecake or at least one slice. I recommend the Dulce de Leche cheesecake.

NC Museum of Art on Blue Ridge...

by rduonline

NC Museum of Art on Blue Ridge Road -- every weekend during the summer there are great films at night. Our family loves the outdoor theater -- bring a blanket and wine.
almost all films are classics from a variety of genre

Governor's Mansion

by TimDaoust

Otherwise known as the NC Executive Building, this is the fourth such home to house NC Governers. The current house was finished in 1900. There is a lot of history in the current building from pictures of past governors to a handmade rug with medallions depciting four great moments in NC history.
Check out these pictures of the Mansion and go here for more history.


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Address: 4100 Main at North Hills Street, Raleigh, North Carolina, 27609, United States