Econo Lodge Andalusia
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Travel Blogs from Andalusia
... roads need repairing-ruts. The sites are gravel and relatively level, but there are no amenities. There is a lake to look at and it is quiet, but that's it.
I named this BROKEN CURSE, but after hearing the weather report, guess we'll be traveling in the rain again tomorrow. Not really a whole lot to write about tonight since all we did today was drive. Tomorrow will be more of the same. The plan is to make it to Livingston, LA.
... in Santa Rosa Beach. He was a famous folk artist and all-around good man. He is in heaven now, and I think he is responsible for painting some of the most colorful sunsets.
It's going to take us a long time to get through Alabama! We'll find some interesting stops along the way.
Finally, I find the treasure in Andalusia, the treasure is under a tree. And I can get together with my true love- Fatima. Also, I find my personal legend and I know many theories during this journey. Thanks for the people who help me and let me persist my dream, I also thanks for the people who deceive me, fight me or rob my money. They make me grow to maturity. Overall, I like this journey and I will remember ...
Overnight stop in Evergreen ... on way to New Orleans.
No horse town - but several 'economy' hotels ... and a Pizza Hut.
After waiting for a storm to pass, the real story of the stop was being asked for id to get a Bud ...
... How can we afford to do it? How do we get our mail? How do we know where to stay? And some other very good questions.
Let me start off by telling you what we have. The "Free-Spirit" is our previously used RV which is a 37- foot long 1997 Holiday Rambler Imperial Deluxe 5th wheel has three slides that gives us about 12' wide when opened. “Free Spirit” totals about 300 square feet and has a queen bed, washer and dryer, oak cabinets ...