Econo Lodge Battleboro North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... what looked like tiny little teeth, but I think they were for straining food out of shallow water. The birds also didn’t seem to like to eat dry food - they would either drop the food into the water or spit water into my hand before eating the pellets. Truly fascinating birds! After we finished feeding the flamingos, we left the Landing Zone exhibit and continued touring the park. We walked past the South America exhibit, but most of these ...
... for Christmas. I know my mom and dad are sad I won't be here yet happy for Johnnie and me. Our plane leaves this afternoon and all is ready. I am awaiting Johnnie to return from work and my limousine. (It is really my mom and dad's truck but limousine sounded much more sophisticated.) We will soon be off to the airport for the next 2 days of flying. I know, we won't arrive in Cairns until December 21st! The time change is really going to mess with us. ...
... geocaching and a road trip in store.
We can't wait to arrive and begin to explore.
Johnnie is saying, What have I done?!
I know that he loves me, we are going to have fun!!!
The adventure Down Under how special it will be.
A wedding with my soul mate God made just for me.
God be with us tomorrow and all through our stay.
Our blessings go out to our family and friends, we pray.
What a miserable place!
It's hot as hell, the water in the pool looks like someone poured milk into it, and there is nothing to do in the area.
This is our own fault. We completely spaced about the holiday weekend and this was the ONLY place we could find available anywhere near where we want to go next.
Boo for us.
We completely understand why this place is for ...
... with big trucks weaving through the traffic to keep it interesting. Once we got into North Carolina the elevation flattened out and the greenery picked up along the interstate so it was almost like a shaded tunnel. When we got to Durham, the traffic really picked up as it was 5 pm and everyone was on the way home. This was the exact perfect time for the rain and lightning kicked in, forcing us to cower under a bridge ...