Americas Best Value Inn
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Your blogs have been so fun to read! Thank you! Your villa is amazing. Are you drinking lots of wine? Do you plan to visit the town where they filmed under Tuscan sun? How does C feel? Life is good at your house. Finn is so darn sweet. He loves Kaylin. We've been visiting often. He goes nuts with joy each time he sees me. I like that. ...
... She would be willing to let us stay for the discounted rate of $150 for the night, the rack rate was $250. We were thrilled at any price, dreaded the idea of driving back on Interstate 94 to Madison.
The hotel room was actually a deluxe suite and only Maura could detect a faint odor of cleaning products. Abby ...
... I would expect this major historical milestone will draw larger than usual crowds.
And so, I set off to meet my friend and get a ride to the airport from another friend, still deciding at the last minute what I can remove from the luggage, and trying to remember what I must add.
I will be writing next from Scotland, and very excited to be going back!
... the bridge closure, about 5 miles out of the way, waiting for the downpour to stop. In a moment of reprieve, I made my move out of the construction site and began my detour. Half of the roads I mapped were dirt and gravel, and there were several dead ends. The whole ordeal added about 1.5 hours to the day pushing my arrival at the Bike Bunkhouse to about 4pm. The Bunkhouse is world renown as one of the premier bike hostels in the world. ...
... on we headed through Little House on the Prairie country towards Minnesota where we were going to be meeting our friend Danielle. On our way there we stopped off at a town called Darwin, to see one of those crazy American things, the World's biggest... Twine Ball. Started in the 1950's by a local called Francis Johnson, in his basement, for reasons unknown, this strange undertaking grew and grew, till it out grew the basement and was moved on to ...