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Make sure to find a sturdy bag to keep everything in. I used this Marley Lilly tote because monograms make everything better, including road trips. It's big enough to pack plenty of supplies into, and it's deep enough to hold magazines and snack boxes. I love the extra pockets on the side where I can stick some of the smaller stuff that I like to have handy. What do you take when you head out on a road trip?
How do you stay organized? What do you love or hate about road trips?
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Whenever I travel, I try to find as many places that fit two requirements: they speak to my love of art, culture, or literature, and they appeal to my toddler. I know that many people don't think they can travel with kids because of a misconception that there just aren't that many attractions for the smaller members of the family.
I want to dispel that as much as I can! Charlotte, North Carolina , the second largest banking center in the U. Check out these five places for family fun in Charlotte, North Carolina. Posted by Natalie at Tuesday, March 31, Share:. Labels: Charlotte , Southern travel. It turned out that the Dunhill was a great spot from which to launch our visit, and, if you're looking for a great place to stay in Uptown Charlotte, I'd highly recommend it. You thought you'd get by without a quick history lesson, didn't you?! I love staying in historic hotels because they come with such a rich storyline: it's an added layer of interest that you just don't get in a more recently built hotel.
The Dunhill Hotel originally was called the Mayfair Manor and opened a month after the stock market crashed. The economic upheaval of the nation didn't seem to affect Mayfair Manor's success, which quickly found a following. During the Manor's early days, guests could stay in one of the rooms: some were set aside as hotel rooms, while others were long-term rentals.
The Manor's heyday lasted well into the 20th century; by the s, it was sold and rebranded into a motor lodge. Eventually, the motor lodge shut its doors in the early s, and the story building was inhabited only by the homeless. This company tried to restore the hotel to its former glory, but after only two years, the hotel was sold once again.
Exploring the hotel and its history! In the early s, Summit Hospitality Group, the current owners, purchased the property and began to mold it into the distinctive location that it is today. The group was also the driving force behind the application and acceptance of the Dunhill into the Historic Hotels of America property group, a distinction that it proudly displays. If you're in Uptown Charlotte for a play, concert, sporting event, banking seminar, or vacation, the Dunhill couldn't be more centrally located.
I went on the trip with my dad and my toddler, and we only got in the car once--and that was when we headed out of Uptown to see an attraction in a completely different part of Charlotte. From the museums to the restaurants to green spaces, we were able to easily walk even with a toddler! We had a corner room on the third floor, and I thought it was a great location.
We were high enough that the street traffic didn't bother us, but we were still able to people watch through the three large windows throughout the room. Definitely ask for a corner room since it comes with more windows!
The bed was incredibly comfortable, and I looked forward to sinking into the fluffy duvet and crisp sheets each night. Sightseeing is hard work! Even with the two beds, I still had plenty of room to set up Britton's pack and play in the corner; the room was large enough that the pack and play didn't interfere with our movement between the room and bathroom. Our room also had a mini-refrigerator and Keurig. When I went to check in, our room wasn't available, but the desk clerks were apologetic they didn't even need to be, as I was trying to check in at in the morning!
They took my cell phone number and promised to call me as soon as a room became available; I ended up getting a call less than an hour later. Housekeeping was fantastic, and made sure to keep us stocked with bottled water which is complimentary with any stay ; that sure came in handy as we explored all over town! Housekeeping came once in the morning to tidy up, and then again at night for turndown service.
After a long day of sightseeing, it was a treat to see the chocolates on our pillows. While check out was easy--I paid with a credit card that was already on file--the desk clerk that morning wasn't very personable. Since I knew I was going to write a piece about the hotel and its history, I asked if there was another copy of the laminated history that had been in our room.
I didn't want to steal the room copy, so I figured that the front desk could supply me with one--or, at least, make a photocopy of an existing one. When I inquired about the history sheet, the desk clerk just looked at me and uttered a quick, "No, I don't think we have those. The well-respected Encyclopedia of Philosophy edited by Paul Edwards defines atheism as follows: The next stage is a rigorous denial of the existence of this Being we call God. Now this latter assumption is terribly prejudiced by culture and, one might dare say,?
Of course, other philosophers take issue with that and say that in any debate this description would not stand the test of argument. Plantinga contends that the masses of people are not in the arena of debate; they intuitively believe that there is a power greater than themselves, and they seek ways in which to connect with that supreme being. Raised in India, I have seen this? Though it was not my personal belief, it was indisputably intrinsic to the mainstream of life, both for the unsophisticated and the highly educated.
It is important to recognize that the Greeks, who really are the forerunners in systematic philosophical thought in classical philosophy and as an extension of that came democratic government , attempted to de? Their musings and ponderings on ultimate reality cause some to even argue that Plato was probably moving toward a high monotheism. Whether one accepts that or not, what is important is that in their view, ultimate reality was inseparable from virtue and ethical norms.
For many in Greek thought, the power of reason was supreme, and the freeing of philosophy and science from the mystical was a deliberate and purposeful discipline. But, I repeat, for the Greek thinkers, though they did not posit a God, one thing was certain— virtue and harmony were the emergent implications for life.
There is a striking similarity between our so-called doctrine of tolerance and the early Greeks. For example, the oration at the funeral of Pericles gives fascinating insight into the hub and spokes of their re? We owe to Thucydides the reconstruction of that eulogy. Just as our political life is free and open, so is our day-today life in our relations with each other.
We do not get into a state with our next door neighbor if he enjoys himself in his own way…. We are free and tolerant in our private lives; but in public affairs we keep to the law….
When our work is over, we are in a position to enjoy all kinds of recreation for our spirits…in our own homes we? Our love of what is beautiful does not lead to extravagance; our love of the things of the mind does not make us soft…. As for poverty, no one need be ashamed to admit it: The real shame is in not taking practical measures to escape from it.
We make friends by doing good to others, not by receiving good from them. This makes our friendships all the more reliable…. Tolerance the New Virtue Actually, that philosophizing would? That is the new god of this age. One look at this and you can see how a political framework addresses the soul of a people when God is not known or sought.