Travel Blogs from Fayetteville, United States

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Long Drive to Washington, D.C, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Long Drive to Washington, D.C

A travel blog entry by lord13

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Today we woke up and missed breakfast.  So we went to The Waffle House instead, our favorite road trip breakfast spot.  It was a long drive to my Tia Stacy's house.  When we finally arrived we saw Jonathan, Jacob, and Joshua ...

Hang Overs, Shopping and Partying at Songer, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Hang Overs, Shopping and Partying at Songer

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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... over misery for quite awhile. At some point everyone in the group got up and we decided we were all hungry. So we went into Fayetteville for Chinese food. Prob not the best idea! The food wasn't bad but our stomachs weren't so good. After eating we went ...

June 17 - Back home, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

June 17 - Back home

A travel blog entry by daleanddes

It was nice to be home in our house, but we determined that our upstairs air conditioner was not working! Hugh! Not a good thing for June. Home in the pool was the mantra for the next 4 days. Doing very little except swimming and relaxing. We did do 2 ...

Off to the land of the Rising Sun, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Off to the land of the Rising Sun

A travel blog entry by b-h-ontour

4 am - We're up and getting ready. 6 am - We're at Jacqui's apartment and waking her up 8 am - We're flying to Chicago. ...

Day -1, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Day -1

A travel blog entry by gajordandk51

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One day to go before the big adventure begins.  I am not quite packed yet.  I am hoping everything will fit in my small backpack.  I am sure I am forgetting something but I guess that is part of the ...

4th of July week, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

4th of July week

A travel blog entry by daleanddes

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We got home for our week of relaxation and getting ready for our next event. On Sunday, we had the Ramseys over for dinner and swimming. On Monday, we celebrated the 4th with a BBQ at the Ramsey's. On Wed, we left for Raleigh for Alexa's horse show. ...

Only a few hours until takeoff, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Only a few hours until takeoff

A travel blog entry by gajordandk51

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Hello All, I think everyone one knows by now that I am taking some time off to travel.  If you don't...I decided to travel the world for the next 5 months.  I will be going to 16 countries...and I leave today! Well everything is set and I ...

Setting up Camp and Drinking at Songer, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Setting up Camp and Drinking at Songer

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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... . I wonder if the people in WV know how lucky they are to have so many awesome rivers so close to them?!   We arrived in Fayetteville at the Songer base camp about 4:30 p.m. All along the way we had blue skies and sun, which the weather report wasn't ...

Day 1 on the road, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Day 1 on the road

A travel blog entry by mwall60

... With all parties relieved, off we started down the road. After 2-3 more fuel stops we arrived at our overnight  location. Fayetteville NC. we opted after weeks of research to stay at the Fayetteville KOA right of the exit on I95. This proved to ...

White Water Rafting in the Lower New River Gorge, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

White Water Rafting in the Lower New River Gorge

A travel blog entry by angiekayaks

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Songer knows that Darrin's group from Paddles, Poles and More likes to party so they think its funny to book us on the early rafting trip. We were told we had a 7:15 meeting time and we'd be heading to the river after that. Saturday we got up early to ...

Home Again Home Again Jiggity Jig, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Home Again Home Again Jiggity Jig

A travel blog entry by daleanddes

We caught the 9:45 flight from Atlanta to Fayetteville - waiting in a huge line and having to go back and forth to get the correct boarding passes. No problems flying but we did find out that our car had been towed while we were gone so they airport ...

Canoe the Elk, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Canoe the Elk

A travel blog entry by burtonll

Fayetteville, Tennessee, population 6,921. Historic Downtown Fayetteville has many traditional and unusual folk art shops, Pastime Cafe with live country music every Thursday, Cahoots, an old jail and firehouse turned restaurant, the Southeast's ...

Day 46-48: Fri-Sun, Aug 24-26, 1962: Fayetteville, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Day 46-48: Fri-Sun, Aug 24-26, 1962: Fayetteville

A travel blog entry by mikifluker

... short supply for almost seven weeks! Here there was plenty of room to get away from the "adults'! Every summer, we traveled to Fayetteville from the time I was seven years old in 1959. The first year, we flew by plane to visit Mawmaw in the hospital ...

Arkansas/Missouri - The Ozarks, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Arkansas/Missouri - The Ozarks

A travel blog entry by gra8ful

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... could be a potential for our next home.  Conveniently, I have some relatives in Noel, MO which is about 1.5 hours from Fayetteville.  I hadn't been in Noel for quite a few years and was excited to go there and see family.  We dropped ...

Day out and about, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Day out and about

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip

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... the car fixed. They could only see us later at 5pm. So headed to Crystal Bridges Museum in Bentonville, a half hour drive from Fayetteville. It is a fantastic museum that has currently been on the news due to it having just had it's millionth visitor. The ...

Chilled day, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Chilled day

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip

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... to get ready for golf. With that Stuart, Lauren and Hughes arrived. Rich and Stuart headed out to play a round at the Fayetteville Country Club.  Lauren and Hughes stayed with us. We hang around for a bit before heading out to Wilson park to check ...

Off to Fayetteville, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Off to Fayetteville

A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip

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... happy with the dollars she had been. Then a shower and breakfast for all before hitting the road. Today we are driving to Fayetteville, Arkansas to meet up with some of the Baber boys and families. Taking the more scenic route 64W which takes us through ...

Man down, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Man down

A travel blog entry by stephenplante

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6/6/10 zero hero stayed at harpers ferry.  Town's inn in the historic  district of the town.  Amy came to visit for lunch.  Then Jon  horrigan was delivered by train.  I shook down his pack.  We got rid  of the ...

Fayetteville, AR, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Fayetteville, AR

A travel blog entry by porkchopexpress

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... amp; checked out Beaver Lake.  During our nearly 2 week stay, we enjoyed Eureka Springs twice, Bentonville/Rogers twice and Fayetteville itself throughout the week and weekend.  Very cool area!!   Left for Hot Springs Sunday, October 7th ...

I'LL SHOW YOU A PARK THAT HAS PURE JOY IN IT!!, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

I'LL SHOW YOU A PARK THAT HAS PURE JOY IN IT!!

A travel blog entry by lapetitegrande3

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(65) MARCH 8, 2010 TODAY WE TOOK A TRIP INTO FAYETTEVILLE, TENNESEE WITH OUR LITTLE GRAND- DAUGHTER WE ARE PRIVILEGED TO KEEP ON THE DAYS HER DADDY AND MOMMIE WORK.  FIRST, WE TOOK HER TO MCDONALDS FOR A HAMBURGER.SHE IS SUCH A DELIGHT AS ...

Have a Hay Day, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Have a Hay Day

A travel blog entry by burtonll

... one of the best each October when they open their 130-acre farm for Pumpkin Patch weekends. We're headed for Fayetteville, Tennessee and the Elk River Plantation. Picking the perfect pumpkin is just as important as getting the right Christmas tree, ...

Fayetteville Day 1 - Woo Pig Sooie, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Fayetteville Day 1 - Woo Pig Sooie

A travel blog entry by tangerine9

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It was an early start for us today as we began the six hour drive west towards Fayetteville, Arkansas. After yesterdays mini drama, I had decided to lay down a few ground rules being that we will only visit places that we are passing and that if we are ...

Depart, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Depart

A travel blog entry by denwren

Depart ...

New River Gorge, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

New River Gorge

A travel blog entry by amandarrell

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Hello everybody - greetings from Fayetteville, West Virginia! We're camping at the truly unique Cooter's Campground.  It's very peaceful - apart from the omnipresent sounds of crickets, a rooster, chickens, cows, birds singing and the ...

Green Corner Rd., Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Green Corner Rd.

A travel blog entry by tiggrrrmeg

Resupply ...

Camping in Our Ole Backyard, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Camping in Our Ole Backyard

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad

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We both had visited Green Lakes State Park over the years but had never camped there, nor hiked the numerous trails the park has to offer.  The trails are beautifully maintained and wildlife abounds here.  We saw many white tailed deer, all of ...

Day two, giddy up, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Day two, giddy up

A travel blog entry by mikestaver

Up at 6:30am. These interstate motels are always interesting places of activity early in the morning. Lots of folks packing cars, tightening straps on their roof racks and general scurrying around. There is a certain camaraderie amongst road ...

Our Itinerary, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Our Itinerary

A travel blog entry by tcriner

I'm a planner, and I love planning Disney trips.  While spontaneity is very important in Disney, it's hard to be completely spontaneous.  Between Advanced Dining Reservations (ADRs) and the new Fastpass+, it's a little more difficult.   ...

Revenge of the nerds (and the river), Fayetteville, United States travel blog

Revenge of the nerds (and the river)

A travel blog entry by cklenotic

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I am lame-o and forever a nerd, and I'm OK with that. And, I'll be just fine if I never, ever sleep in a tent again -- particularly when there are hillbilly neighbors on both sides of our camp site who blare crappy country music from their car stereos, ...

PCT Gear List, Fayetteville, United States travel blog

PCT Gear List

A travel blog entry by craigbarr

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DESERT GEAR  **Sleep System & Shelter**   -Tent- Go-lite Imogene 2 w/ footprint - 38oz -Sleeping Pad- Thermarest Prolite 3 - 16oz -Sleeping Bag- Mountain Hardwear UltraLamina 32 - 30oz -Bag Liner- Sea to Summit Silk Liner - 5oz Total ...

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