Sleep Inn Emporia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... pair of scissors to cut out a little piece to save as a memento.
The same goes for my shoes. I wish they could have finished tried and true, but they also disintegrated to the point that I could no longer ignore my toes sticking out or the cold metal of the pedals on my feet. It was the cold weather that finally made me give in. I could feel it too much. My good old bike shoes gave all they had like a ...
... rocks ! Note: later on I discovered that if I hang out the truck window and rinse with just a little bit of water it works even better. Anyway, we haven't stopped since JP's nap so we hit up a ****** gas station in Dinwiddie VA for some snacks (the place smelled like Chinese food). Trail mix for him. Check mix for her. We also got the heck off 95 and we are now on I-85....it's a small 2 laner so it feels like we are playing a video ...
We have been on the road for about a month by this point and we have settled into a pretty good rhythm with camper living whilst keeping a pretty fast pace. We have done about 3000 miles so far with maybe 9 or 10 thousand to go over the next four months . Our routine is often spending 2 or 3 nights per week in an RV park or state park, 2 or 3 in a Walmart, and one or two random eg. carpark, country roads etc. in short it would be nice ...
... wait an hour in line for a two minute experience on a ride. As much as we enjoy the atmosphere of all Disney parks, we will be spending less time at the parks on future trips. During our seven days in the parks this trip we were only able to experience a small percentage of attractions compared to the old legacy FP system. I will be writing to guest relations at WDW next week expressing my concern and disapproval of the new FP system. There is something ...
... plan, and long for our arrival at our magic place, our "home away from home." Disney provides us an escape from the daily grind, and allows us to be kids at heart again. Regardless of your age, the moment you walk through the doors of a Disney theme park, the outside world is left behind and one is free to let the imagination run wild and just be in the moment.
Growing up, neither Nancy or myself were able to go to Disney World ...