Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... behind Gettysburg) of the entire Civil War. Between 1890 and 1899 Congress authorized the first four national military parks: Chickamauga and Chattanooga, Shiloh, Gettysburg, and Vicksburg. First and largest--and the model for most national military and historical parks to come--was Chickamauga and Chattanooga. It's an interesting area to explore by foot in order to get a good grasp of how our Civil War was fought.
... Ible's family. All food was home made and extremely delicious. Ible's mother's cooking skills knows no bounds indeed. Despite not being with my own family and friends, I am thankful that I was able to spend it with some pretty awesome people. Ible's family has been a delight to be with and we have had some fun times since being here, but our time to leave actually is just around the corner. Tomorrow, I will ...
We left Miller Lane in the dark in a temperature of about 8 degrees. Little did we know we would see 25+ before the end of the day. This was one of the more pleasant trips through Cincinnati. We stopped for fuel before we got downtown and anticipated an easy Saturday drive instead of rush hour. However, the construction was still incomplete and it was tight towing a trailer on the narrowed lanes.
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... It was beautiful! We just left Waynesville NC where we spent some time with our friends Flagg and Carole. This area is just amazing. Everywhere you look you are surrounded by the beautiful Smoky Mountains. While there we visited the Biltmore Estate in Ashville and loved it. We are spending the night in Forsythe GA then on to White Springs Fl. We will be home either Tues or Wed after four great months on the road and lots of ...
... loud snoozes from the co-pilot who must have dreamt the car was driving off of a cliff. As we rolled along the Sunshine State I couldn’t help but feel the road out of Florida was like a conveyer belt working against your tires in the opposite direction. Maybe that is because it is always sad to leave Florida, or because the road is lengthy and flat, covered with a constant view of Spanish Moss heaping along both sides of the interstate and across ...