Motel 6 Emporia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Emporia
... from its original 2,300 to 4,200 acres. Hairston planted crops of corn, tabacco, cotton and hogs. Knowing what I know now, I suppose the tabacco barn we saw at the RV camp belonged to Peter Hairston. The plantation house was built from 1853 to 1855 in the shape of a Greek cross and the plantation has remained in the Hairston family. We traveled the road by the plantation but never saw evidence of it nor anything that would lead you ...
We left Delaware at 7:30 this morning....spent a couple hours in Jamestown... And will arrive at out hotel in north Carolina at 6:15. We originally planned to drive to Florence SC, but it would be 8:30 before we arrived. We have a solid travel day ahead. Today was a lot of winding roads. I95 the rest of the ...
... for about 70 miles advertising for "South of the Border". The ads were hilarious so we thought we should stop in at this store. When we got there it was a mini city. Everything from rides to an alligator exhibition. Too funny. We stopped in Roanoke Rapids for the night. No rain but overcast and humid. Had a late dinner then went to the hot tub for a bit. Not a hot tub, more like a warm tub. Staying at The RV Resorts @ Carolina Crossroads. Very new, but very nice for $30 ...
... is Race Weeks and you have to show support for your favorite drivers. I think Kitty found the biggest Tony Stewart flag to hang in the windshield of their coach. We took a brief ride around to get familiar with the lay of the land. Kitty served dinner again tonight - crab cakes, deviled eggs, tomatoes, cheesy broccoli, and pretzel salad. It was great! I think we will let her cater all our camping meals. ...
... cannot complain. Some road signs that I saw along the leg of this trip..... "Let's meet for lunch! Yam right!" The bill boards are very entertaining. We had to stop in to this South of the Border Place. Could not imagine what kind of place would be able to afford so many billboards advertising their place. When we got there it an entire village of mexican amusement rides, eating places, rest rooms, souvenir shops etc. Too funny. We decided to try one ...