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Contact Information:

Dynamic Equilibrium
309 Oakwood Court
Youngsville, NC 27596

Phone: 919-562-1548

Nancy Toner Weinberger

For classes held at the Hampton Inn in North Raleigh

Her e is a link to the surrounding area in Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/WTSJ9xPturm
You can use the plus and minus signs on the map to zoom in and to zoom out.

Hotel Information:

Hampton Inn Raleigh-Capital Blvd. North
3621 Spring Forest Rd, Raleigh, NC 27616
919-872-7111- Hotel Website

Discounted rate for those taking classes: $115 for a room with a king bed or a room with 2 doubles. The code for this discount is emailed to you in your logistics/confirmation letter for each class. Includes breakfast, Internet, Pool. Food and entertainment close by. Newly renovated hotel. Lots of eateries nearby.

Raleigh-Durham airport (RDU) is about 20 minutes drive. Taxis, Uber, and car rentals are all available at the airport. It is approximately $35 for a taxi to the hotel.

Public transportation is limited outside of downtown Raleigh. If you wish to sightsee in downtown Raleigh, there are busses (the R line).

Tourism has much to offer in the area,including the Greenway for hikers, many historic buildings and museums, concerts, gardens, art festivals and galleries, street festivals with free music, etc. For information, try this offical tourism site for Raleigh. The North Carolina Museum of Art is quite beautiful and is located in NorthWest Raleigh- it has special exhibits, a lovely restaurant, outdoor permanent and special exhibits and walks. For information about parks and the Greenway, click here.

The Triangle Town Center Mall is directly north of the Hampton Inn. A large indoor mall with shopping, restaurants, and a food court, the mall opens early for walkers.

There are several very nice hotels nearby; go to the Marriott or Hilton hotel sites online and look for hotels that indcate they are near the "Triangle Town Center Mall." You can also get lodging in downtown Raleigh, which is a 15-20-minute drive from the hotel. Try to stay closer to the middle of downtown or the more northern areas that are within the beltline (Route 440 which circles Raleigh) or just north of it and you will be closer to the class location and avoid any bad areas. If you stay in downtown proper, there is free public transportation for sightseers and no car is necessary. This might be helpful if a family member is coming with you to the class, as they can easilly entertain themselves while you are in class.