Hampton Inn Fayetteville - Cross Creek Mall
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... a range of 411 miles, can't complain about that as it would get us to where we needed to go.
This drive was long and straight. Mile after Mile of wooded hills and valleys as we passed through Virginia and North Carolina. Passing umpteen civil war battlefields, Richmond the confederate capital and the Stonewall Jackson memorial gave us a real sense of history.
Our Fayetteville lodgings awaited our arrival and ...
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 ...
Arguments, driving on the wrong side of the road, beautiful lakes, wine, chocolate and gorgeous scenery - that about sums up our past few days. No, I'm not going to leave it at that ;-) We left San Francisco nice and early to wrestle our luggage onto a bus, then a train and then another bus to get to our RV pickup joint. Thought we were pretty good when we arrived there right on time. Alas they weren't so time conscious and were extraordinarily ...
... 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 ...
... away. Slowly people began going to bed but a few of us stayed up quite late just chilling. Turns out when surrounded by Brits it's easier to stay quiet until someone explains exactly what they're talking about because I've finally understood what it's like when you don't speak the same language as the people you're around. But I made do. Finished up about 1am and it was maybe 6 degree by that time and the fire had completely burned ...