Hehe tlh I think I found your source of your very eloquent paragraphs aboveDate: 2/4/2009 10:25:02 AM
Located between the mountains of North Carolina and the Atlantic Coast, Greensboro boasts the gently rolling hills of the Piedmont triad area as well as a mild climate and a ''village within a city'' atmosphere.
Visitors can enjoy area world-class golf, a revitalized turn-of-the-century commercial and industrial district, boutique and antique shops, and a wealth of restaurants. The Barn-Dinner Theatre, reputed to be America''s oldest dinner theatre, draws guests to enjoy theater in the round while feasting on an exceptional meal. From Revolutionary War sites to antebellum plantations and Underground Railroad depots, this city is steeped in history, offering guest a chance to learn about the past.
Step back in time and spend a few hours at the Heritage Center, which chronicles the birthplace of Civil Rights sit-ins, or enjoy a lazy day touring an area plantation such as the Mendenhall Plantation. Whatever your choice--shopping, theater, history--you''re sure to find something in this growing NC city.
I would stop by the hotel concierge and see if any of these interest you and your hubby... the antique shops might be a lot of fun!
IT IS! and I love helping others. I just liked his waxing on about Greenboro... reminded me of sweet home alabama!