Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to his new improved bedroom. Pointing and showing us stuff. He pointed to the books on the top shelf, so i got the nursery rhyme book down that mum had got and sat down on his bed with him going thru some of the familiar ones expressively of course, much to his delight and amusement. I just melted when he randomly leant over and gave me the biggest kiss. He watched with interest Andy put up the pretty colourful mobile over jaspers cot. Also made safe a light over Levi's bed ...
... to change his pants. Next mission, was to get customer care for the car, having all docs together, got on to sorting it out, had speedy advice which meant Andy was back at work, tools in hand - with his I'm an electrician don't you know head on and fixing it. Mr fix it - got it sorted and at long last Levi test drove his new car, wheel spinning in style along the Lino. He's cottoned on quick with Andy's tuition. We jumped in car to go pick up the kids ...
... Can't quite figure out why tho .....!! Burp As we strolled up to the cashiers, one girl was serving, another one loitering and the girl behind her cashier with a TIL CLOSED sign at the end. So we didn't go upto her at first, waited so she called us over; but Andy said "but you are closed - are you now serving" she at first wasn't quite sure what to say, he said your sign says you are closed, do you need the sign back now - handing it to her Laughing. ...
... was at 3pm and we had made it just before, so was there in time. Just as well, as Zoey was one of the first out - checking thru the glass as she hurriedly made her way to the door. She spotted us and we could see from where we were her excited happy face as she ran down the path to us for a big hug. Full of chatter, she called over one of the teachers on duty to introduce us proudly as her English aunt & uncle. They just loved our accent, so chatted with us a ...
... to go back to Carlinville Square for supper, being it was now 5pm. Choice of tea was pretty much decided by the kids. They wanted subway, so that's what we had. Andy had a foot long, half & half with 2 different filling choices and I had a spicy Italian 6" pizzaflat and a cup of cheesy broccoli soup. We had all pretty much filled our faces in no time at all. We made it in good time, as there had been a very large crowd come in after us, ...