Duke is straight out of Harry Potter. I loved the campus, the dramatic multi-colored brick buildings with gothic architecture. So beautiful!
Very jealous of all the prospective students taking campus tours! Can I please, please go back to undergraduate (and be 18 again)?
Duke’s stadium was a small, open-air arena. I’m used to watching college games in big professional stadiums, so this was a very interesting and welcomed change. I really loved the atmosphere! Almost made me want to cheer for the Blue Devils. Almost. 🙂
(It filled up.)
Right before we got to Duke, I ate a PB and jelly sandwich and an apple.
And once we settled into our seats, we watched an awesome parachute show!
And then I hunted down some of these awesome cinnamon sugar donuts and ate half (so 6 mini donuts).
After a wonderful game (Miami won!), we left the beautiful campus and headed straight towards Whole Foods.
We did a search for vegetarian restaurants around campus, but nothing seemed as appealing as the wonderful Whole Foods hot bar. Oh Whole Foods! I missed you!
In my takeaway:
- Green beans
- Sweet potatoes
- Quinoa mix
- Veggies and Spinach
On the drive back home, I decided I finally felt 100% better and called up Nicole to see if she wanted to for a run. I’m hoping to do 18 miles (my very last run before the marathon) tomorrow but knew I needed to do a test run tonight. We did 3.0 wonderful miles! Yay, I’m back.
Now, we’re relaxing on the couch, and I’m eating chocolate and drinking OJ (extra Vitamin C can’t hurt, right?).
I’m glad you’re feeling better! Good luck on your 18 miles tomorrow.
Duke looks gorgeous. My college looked like it was straight out of Harry Potter too. This time of year always makes me nostalgic for undergrad!