Holiday Inn Fayetteville - Bordeaux
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... Inn proved to be really good with Barons Bar serving good drinks, good food and nice staff who kept us happy.
James met with a local, Kenneth, who gave him a game of pool and then James beat me in the last game of the evening.
North Carolina has a real country feel to it, they were playing country music in the bar and the accent is a proper southern drawl.
After food. drink and games we retired to ...
... in a public bathroom and could relax. Thank god because I've been a lil bound up. Apparently I don't work well under pressure. By pressure, I mean, with someone waiting in line for me to be done or a foot away from me. So JP takes his 5 min shower then waits very patiently while I take 40 minutes to do my girl thing with a hundred different lotions, ointments, soaps..... He's a good ...
... couple of hours later we were given our upgraded van - hmmmmm. Not so good in our eyes considering we'd specifically asked for a well researched RV that we knew would accommodate Ellie safely sleeping at night. Yes they gave us a bigger van (27ft instead of the smaller one we booked) but it had a huge double bed that Ellie could fall out of easily and Greg was not so happy about driving such a big van. Will gloss over the next hour of arguments ...
... 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 ...