Candlewood Suites Fayetteville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... there for long. We set off for the drive but soon needed Petrol, sorry Gas, and we found James a Taco Bell for an early lunch and the rest of opted for a Burger King later on. We refuelled the car though with $60 dollars for a full tank (£37) giving a range of 411 miles, can't complain about that. This drive was long and straight. Mile after Mile of wooded hills and valleys as we passed through Virginia and North Carolina. We passed umpteen civil ...
Lol. Got you to read this post didn't I?!! : ) Warning: content may be unsuitable for some viewers. 7pm A shower at last! Sooooo the women assigned us shower #5. We couldn't find it so this kind old man says, "I think it's in the men's restroom. I'll bring you there." So we follow him there. That means I'm walking through the boys restroom.....and there's a man at a ...
... that were meant to suit one another or highlight their tastes. Divine chocolates - fairly nice wine. My favourite was the port and the chocolate dipped strawberries - not a match by the way. The truffles were pretty special too. For those of you worried about what we did with the kids during out few moments of adult gratification, we bought Joel a huge icecream from the place we were in so he was set and Ellie? Well she sat and looked longingly ...
... morning.....John got his second wind, singing.....Nick counting the miles until were home and can go on an Easter egg hunt, Sarah, plugged in and we haven't heard from Liv, wedged in the 3rd row, for hours!!!!! HOME! Time to see if the Easter Bumny ...
... it wasn't the case at all. We continued driving and pretty quickly everyone was bored out of their brains. Our first stop was a gas station but we got back on the road quickly and headed to the grocery store. That was an experience in itself. We had been split in groups and given duties so we were all in charge of specific supplies or meals. The supermarket was huge and had everything that you could ever need and more, even ...