Magnuson Grand Hotel Of Fayetteville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... is 7 miles, lake trail 1/2 mile, lee creek trail is 1 1/4 miles, old road trail is 5 miles, vista point trail is 8 miles, yellow rock trail is 3 miles, which has an outstanding overlook. The park has cabins, swimming, picnic tables and grills and a beautiful creek the kids can play in. This park has something for everyone and ...
... room and I slept on an air mattress I brought with me. No cell reception, and no wifi except in the visitors' center and the cafe. We started cooking dinner (chicken on the grill) and waited for the other girls to join us.
Yay! They arrived! Cathy, Ivy, Alaina, and Steffanie, our partners (group?) in crime! The twins bunked together, as did Cathy and Steffanie (although Steffanie bailed to the futon in the living room later in ...
Up very early for flight from Jackson to DFW then home. Girls are getting dropped off in St Louis at their Dad's then Charley is home to Dublin. Hopefully their travel will be ok. Delta is trying to make it diff. Some tears shed and the Memo wave at the airport. Great vacation and perfect family to travel with. I am a very blessed man. We made it home safe. Quite the adventure and a wonderful trip. Glad to be ...
Two new things happened to me today: -I fell over -I rode by myself on purpose It was an 84 mile day today. I climbed the steepest hill ever climbed on my way into host today. It was funny to hear everyone come in because everyone was talking about it. Yes, today I fell over. I was standing there, one foot clipped in, and then somehow all of my weight shifted. Before I even started to tip over, I said "Oh no," and then braced myself for the fall. That's all you ...
Today was a little tougher that I foresaw. After an excellent night of sleep, I assumed my day on the bike would be a cake-walk. Wrong was I. The 84-miler into Fayetville covered the Ozark mountain range and proved to be a rougher day for the legs than expected. The morning was great- coffee followed by a visit to a local winery for a tour and ...