Wingate by Wyndham Fayetteville
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... in the northern part of the Indian River Lagoon. There were many varieties of beautiful birds i.e. the anhinga, spoonbill wading bird, blue heron, coots, white and brown pelicans to name a few. We thought we would see alligators but none were to be seen.
Ted noticed a large group of anhingas flying together. We witnessed what seemed like hundreds of them on a feeding frenzy over the water. It seemed to go on forever. Another first for us to ...
... North Carolina.
Booked us into a Days Inn that thankfully had rooms, our first night winging it without accommodation booked a success!
Taught Hayley how to drive the car around the car park, Pizza Hut dinner, and now in bed watching Twilight and typing this up! May tomorrow be as easy! Aiming for somewhere between Savannah and Jacksonville tomorrow, then saturday it's Orlando!! Bring on the ...
... main battle lines staying between the guns, keeping to the main parts of Henry House. But at 96 degrees Fahrenheit, we did not stay out in the open for long.
We eventually set off for the drive to Fayetteville and soon needed Petrol, sorry Gas. At the same time found James a Taco Bell so he could eat. The rest of us opted for a Burger King later on after refuelling the car with $60 dollars for a full tank (£37). This ...
Lol. Got you to read this post didn't I?!! : ) Warning: content may be unsuitable for some viewers. 7pm A shower at last! Sooooo the women assigned us shower #5. We couldn't find it so this kind old man says, "I think it's in the men's restroom. I'll bring you there." So we follow him there. That means I'm walking through the boys restroom.....and there's a man at a ...
... get number plates put back on. Spring Lake was a beautiful serene park. Just what was needed after a slightly stressful day. We set up camp and watched the deer and squirrels foraging for food and then set off for an evening stroll. Loved the campground which was in such a natural state with limited services. We were warned about the skunks coming into our camping soace at night in search of food but this was not something we encountered ...