Founded in 1793, Chapel Hill in North Carolina is a town steeped in history and a delight for those visitors who want to explore the history of a place.
The city hosts country’s first public university – University of North Carolina – is just one of the many distinctions this town has. Walking around the place, you are bound to come across buildings from another era reminding of Chapel Hill’s great pedigree.… Continue
Chapel Hill is a location that boasts almost every ‘’Best Places’’ award ever invented. As a result, you’ll definitely not have trouble finding extremely fun things to do and places to visit. Outdoor recreation? Check! Kid-friendly? Check! Restaurants? Check! Performing arts? Check! Music? Check! Regardless of your interest or age, there’s no doubt that Chapel Hill together with the surrounding communities (Hillsborough – 13 miles to the Northern side, and Carrboro to the Western side) have plenty to offer.… Continue
BRINGING ACADEMIC FANTASIES TO LIFE – BUSTYFILMES.COM
We have all been to school and other times classes become so boring and you just wonder how to make class life more lively and fun. Yes, a little mischief can be a source of great fun wouldn’t anyone agree? So what if a sexy teacher walks into the classroom and the mind starts to tempt you in a million different ways?… Continue
Where can you go to have fun in Chapel Hill when the weather does not allow you to stay outdoors? Whether you are an indoor or an outdoor enthusiast, there will never be a boring moment for you. From family spots to places that you can enjoy individually, there is something for everyone in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Visit the Carolina Basketball Museum
On the grounds of the University of North Carolina, you will find the Carolina Basketball Museum that is open to the public every Monday to Saturday and admission is free.… Continue
If you are visiting Chapel Hill with your family (and you aren’t one of these instructors of fake schools!), North Carolina Botanical Garden is one of the places that you must visit. As they say on their website, this is the place where they are trying to enhance the relationship between humans and plants. This garden is small, but it is a marvel of conservation.… Continue