Hampton Inn Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn Springfield
Not a bad hotel, but not exactly what we have come to expect from Hampton Inns...if we went back, I would probably try to book somewhere else...
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So, this is the rest of the weekend (and Monday as well)
After the running on Saturday, we were ready to just crash for the night and besides, we didn't know where to go to see the fireworks. We thought maybe we would be able to see at least some from the hotel. About 9 pm they started, but we couldn't see them. Kept hearing them and when …
With the rain out of the area, we had a great day of exploring and hiking. A morning visit to Shrum Mound, which can be seen roadside at Campbell Park. Built at least 2000 years ago by the Adena Culture. Nicely preserved by the Historical society - looks like they just recently cleared all of the trees that were growing out of the mound. Two paths …
... disoriented as we walked to the Paul Laurence Dunbar house (a poet and high school friend of the Wrights), stumbled into a massive car show at the Carillon Historical Park, and drove all the way across town to see the Huffman Prairie Flying Field. Along the way we caught glimpses of the University of Dayton, Wright State University, and Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. All of it was mildly interesting, and yet nothing stands out.
We took a break from all the ...
... 8230;.This thought is prettier in Spanish, but for most of my readers, I must translate: LIKE A PROMISE: This morning I noticed ONE leaf turning red on one of the beautiful maple trees next to our motor home. Just one! Our trek to the northeast was instigated by the promise of color and fall grandeur that awaits us later this month, and it is beginning!
Happy Notes: It was WONDERFUL to be included in the FAMILY celebration ...
... field is 'over there', but the trees are so high we couldn't see anything. Inside the building, there were more displays and information about the Wright Brothers....we had reached the saturation point...so headed back to the KOA. In our travels in and around Dayton, we've seen huge shopping malls and big name stores all boarded up and closed. Whole areas all closed up and abandoned. It's like a ghost town. But, on a positive spin, we ...