Super 8 Monticello
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... 60 so we didn't have much trouble. Man, there's a lot of tailgaters on the road...not sure where they think they can go with a dozen cars in front of them, all going 75 mph.
Lots of Cardinals calling around the park here...wonderful sound. We've stayed here before...nice beautiful park. ...
... I am not shi**ing you. Go to Roadside America website (http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/6 166) to read full story.
Barney is a retired master plumber who, for the past 50+ years has been doing toilet lid art. He has had visitors to his museum from over seventy (70) countries and hundreds and hundreds from cities across the USA! Each lid tells a story and Barney has his own routine as he takes on his free tour. He has collected ...
Our stay at the resort is over and it is time to head home. We spent $30 dollars on ice and some snacks to fill up the ice chest. Our first stop on the way back is Tallahassee. We will be taking the same route back that we took to come here. This stop was very quick, we just needed to get gas and are on our way again. The gas was ...
... On our way it's absolutely miserable weather, I took a couple of photos outside the bus to show us crossing the bridge and what it was like outside. A scene from the movie the Longest Yard was filmed here. Regardless of the weather you can see how pretty it is. Very green and marshy so far. The Jekyll Island trolley which we are booked to go on is booked out two years in advance. The island is 7 x 1 mile with the land owned by the state. Residents can only lease the land. The ...
... by way of introduction he said "Well I'm senile now, but I used to be stupid". His approach to life was "the destination ain't important, just the direction." He had so many other gems! He was great with the kids, pulled some spanish moss of a tree and showed Leila how the Indian's plaited it into rope, and he was determined to let Phoenix find his own way with driving the boat, as we went round and round in circles ...