Knights Inn Fayetteville/Fort Bragg
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... 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 ...
Wake up at 8am, Hope Mills NC! 9 hours to go.... STILL GOING!!!!!! Stopped for Easter Dinner in Maryland....ON THE BORDER.....yum! OK, traffic, not too much fun but everyone, especially our driver, hanging in like troopers!!! 13 hours since we ...
... roughly a half hour drive away so off we went. Our first was at a "liquor store". When we walked in there was just aisles of spirits. Not a beer or bottle of wine in sight. We quickly realised this wasn't exactly what we were after so we headed off to find a supermarket because apparently that's where we could find beer and wine. As we were checking out the attendant was checking our passports but when it came to me he just ...
... Barrens Trail through a lovely forest of longleaf pines. At the intersection, we turned left to get on Gum Swamp Trail. At a couple of point along this trail, we saw some holly growing; it was just starting to produce red berries. At the next intersection, we turned left again to cross a footbridge and turned left yet again to get on Holly Road Trail. Ultimately, this path would make a big loop around the preserve, ...