25 Aug 2019 - 26 Aug 2019
2 guests - 1 room
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I stayed closer to Durham but drove around Raleigh for night life, checked out some restaurants on my business trip to RTP back in 2002.
Very quiet city. Great for raising family. If you are looking for fun city, this place is not for you. There are bars and restaurants but not very adventurous like the big cities.
Good city, with good options for food, night out, during the day hanging out…
Raleigh is an extremely boring city without culture. There are trees everywhere and there isn't much to do. It gets old very fast. I recommend Calavera which is an empanada and tequila bar, the Carolina Ballet for amazing performances, and the State Fair which happens in October every year for interesting food items, contests, exhibitions, and amusement rides.