Econo Lodge South
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
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... drink and eat enough to replenish what is lost. I get sick to my stomach if I try to shove too much in during heavy exertion. The gearing on the bike is great on flat but moving mass up hill will both slow and tire me. Days with hills cover fewer miles, which means I need to ride longer other days to catch up. My ear drum ruptured 2 days ago. It happened to the other ear in May but now I need to fight off a bacterial infection while under strain. It doesn't ...
... the only alternative was the way we came in and Terry wasn't going to go back that way for anything.
What is with the BIG Adirondack chairs...we had one at our campground, they sold them on the islands and on the way here and we get to our campground here and there is one at the front entrance. We haven't seen an Antique store until we came over to the mainland and they are all over the place but I am ...
We took a day and went to Richmond to the Confederate Museum and Confederate White House. Jim has taken an interest in learning more about the battles after his visit to Gettysburg. I am glad that he can appreciate both sides of the battles.
I was there in the 1980s. The museum was open but the White House was being renovated so we were not able to tour it. Both were open this time.
BUT!!! What the heck??? We followed the ...
Subsequently, each of the Southern states were contacted to provide support for commissioning Tiffany to construct State windows to be installed in the church, and the thirteen states of The Confederacy are represented. These windows have the beauty seen in all Tiffany glass works. As the sun moves the depth of color moves from window to window. Even those windows in constant shade glow with ...
... a camp site called hollow creek, we had to take it we were shattered, it was run by Bill and his wife who were good people and gave us freedom of the site, we pitched up near the creek then headed up to there shack/bar for some dinner, steak sandwhich for me catfish for Dingley! They had some friends in there who saw us as a bit of a freakshow making us talk as they stood in disbelif of our accents, one guy gave me a book about his dad which was kind if not a little strange! We ...