Holiday Inn Fayetteville I-95 South
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Up at 6:30am. These interstate motels are always interesting places of activity early in the morning. Lots of folks packing cars, tightening straps on their roof racks and general scurrying around. There is a certain camaraderie amongst road warriors. Eating stale pastries in the lobby, talk of travel plans for the day and then that moment is gone and we are all ready to disperse to our separate destinations A nice woman whose car looked like a scene ...
Today we woke up and missed breakfast. So we went to The Waffle House instead, our favorite road trip breakfast spot. It was a long drive to my Tia Stacy's house. When we finally arrived we saw Jonathan, Jacob, and Joshua ...
... out a chicken and tomato pasta dish. Seemed to go down well. As we are doing our 35 Coast to Coast tour, there is a 64 day Trailblazer tour who are doing the same itinerary as us, but they carry on after LA. We have been driving round parallel with this group and stay at the same camp sites, but have not had a chance to sit down and get to know them - nothing that a camp fire and marshmallows cannot fix. Had a fun evening chatting with a few ...
... English, only American and Spanish and we couldn't understand her.
The best bit about the hotel was that just outside were two astonishing Nortons. Lynn was right. They are rare but can be absolutely spectacular. We were very lucky to spot them. The owner would not let us photograph them.
Then off to a bar and got talking with a head to foot tattooed drummer from an unknown band that had never made it in Las Vegas so ended up in Dunn North Carolina.
Last Sa***************ed out east for a day of paddling on Horseshoe Lake in Suggs Mill Pond Game Land. We haven't gotten a kayak yet, so we met up with Chris and Mel and borrowed one of their two-person inflatable kayaks. Leaving from Raleigh, it took less than two hours to get to the lake. Luckily, Chris knew the way, as the lake is not real easy to get to. From I-95 near Fayetteville, we took exit 49 to NC-53/NC-210 east ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service