Chapel Hill Travel Blog› entry 12 of 13 › view all entries
We woke up with only 2 plans:
1) Go to Cracker Barrel for breakfast
2) Go up to Chapel Hill to visit Cristinaâ€™s friend, which is were we would spend the night because itâ€™s closer to the Raleigh airport, which is where Iâ€™d be leaving from early the next morning.
Breakfast at Cracker Barrel was super yummy. Itâ€™s the first time Iâ€™d ever eaten there, and even heard of. Iâ€™d definitely eat there again. When done breakfast, we hit the road to Chapel Hill. It took us just over two hours to get there. Because Cristinaâ€™s friend were both still working when we arrived, we ended up at the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill campus. It was big, beautiful, and busy. We ended up spending a couple hours at the gallery there, as they had a fantastic photo exhibit showing for free. By the time we finished and got back to Cristinaâ€™s friendâ€™s place, they were home from work, and ready for dinner. So, we ended up going back to the campus to a restaurant called Top of the Hill. When done, we made our way to a little pub called The Dead Mule. We didnâ€™t stay too long, just had a drink or two, then went home.
Because we had to wake early (4:15) the next morning, we almost immediately went to bed. We had a really nice day.