Created by Cat333 on May 4, 2001
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Chapel Hill is a nice place to visit, and a great place to live. It has a small town feel, while having all the conveniences of being located between Raleigh and Durham. Raleigh-Durham Airport (RDU) is a short drive (depending on time of day), I-40 & I-85 and Amtrak all are easily accessible -- yet when you are downtown you feel as if you have the feel of small town America.
Created by bettybetty10 on May 26, 2008
Have a few days? Spend them in this quaint college community full of good eats, nature, sports, and culture.
Created by bigdadytid on May 22, 2006
I traveled to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, to celebrate the birthday of the King (Elvis) with a bunch of greasy-haired and tattooed friends from up and down the East Coast of the United States. This annual event is known as Elvisfest.
Created by jrcaplan on December 2, 2002
Some of our favorite places to go around Chapel Hill, including Durham & Raleigh.
Created by prego25 on August 23, 2002
Chapel Hill is home to the nation's oldest public university, established in 1789. It's a liberal and versatile town, a hub of student activity that also appeals to those outside academia with festivals, music, and great food.
Created by Oddstlfree on July 9, 2000
A small town that offers plenty of diversity. This town is liberal and likes to keep its beauty in order. It is not only filled with college students, but also many transplants from other states as well as international. It is an escape from typical suburban American towns.