Fairfield Inn Fayetteville I-95
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home in the back of our new best friend's stunning 60s classic convertible in Memphis.
We arrived at Manassas last night and did all of our washing for the coming week.
However we have a big day ahead visiting the battlefield of Bull Run, James insisted. Then we head off on the longest leg of our journey from Bull Run to Fayetteville 310 miles, five to six hours driving.
The battlefield of Bull Run was a small but interesting battle as it was the first real contest of the civil war. We walked ...
... raging horror on his face.......cuz there's a girl in the men's room. Now I find this hilarious because my understanding of men is that they want to show all women, and any women, their junk all of the time.....but I guess this is not true when they're trying to make wee-wee. The showers are awesome. Private rooms with shower, toilet, sink and counter. This was the first time we ...
... two nights here. Our second day here was spent relaxing, taking leisurely walks around the park area and Joel having a swim in the swimming lagoon. Greg refused to go in because it was so muddy and full of bird feathers (please consider his bird phobia before passing judgement on his wimpiness ;-) Today's destination was the Napa Valley. We took the kids to a child friendly winery and had a picnic lunch on their grounds. Ate beautiful ...
... 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 ...