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)?
Dukeâ€™s stadium was a small, open-air arena. Iâ€™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. Iâ€™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, Iâ€™m back.
Now, weâ€™re relaxing on the couch, and Iâ€™m eating chocolate and drinking OJ (extra Vitamin C canâ€™t hurt, right?).