Fairfield Inn Emporia I-95
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... rocks ! Note: later on I discovered that if I hang out the truck window and rinse with just a little bit of water it works even better. Anyway, we haven't stopped since JP's nap so we hit up a ****** gas station in Dinwiddie VA for some snacks (the place smelled like Chinese food). Trail mix for him. Check mix for her. We also got the heck off 95 and we are now on I-85....it's a small 2 laner so it feels like we are playing a video ...
It was incredible to be grubby travellers bouncing along in our oversized kitchen appliance camping at Walmart and then to be amongst a family with home cooked meals in woodland lake paradise. Thanks also to Dale and Cathy for the ride in the chopper (Robbie 66 beaut machine), for another lovely meal and a blast on a stupidly powerful jetski (I’m just starting to get some colour back in my knuckles). See you back in ...
... the other as long as the return window for the previous FP had passed. For years, we were able to get multiple FP tickets each day, sometimes more than 10 in one day. In all of our trips to WDW excluding this one, we NEVER waited more than 10-15 minutes to ride any ride in any of the four theme parks. This legacy FP system was free and was available to any guest visiting the them parks. The new Fast Pass (FP ) system seriously limits your options for ...
... Just before 2:00 we stopped in Savannah, Georgia for lunch at Cracker Barrel. I was disappointed that Miss Paula Deen wasn't there to greet me, as I have always been one of her biggest fans. Nevertheless, lunch was delicious as always. Courtney ordered a small serving of hash brown casserole with a side of fried apples. Nancy ordered the turkey soup with homemade noodles and a side of biscuits. I stuck to my standard choice at Cracker ...
... I felt like having breakfast for dinner...my favourite thing to do when travelling long distances. It is comfort food to me. I had the country sampler platter which consisted of grits, biscuits with sausage country gravy, fried apples, eggs, country sausage, sugar cured ham, bacon, hash brown casserole and some hot and steamy coffee. I am content! The three of us ate for just over $26 not including ...