Holiday Inn Express Litchfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Litchfield
... a great choice with nice campsites, electricity and a lovely lake that
once was created by a beaver. The beaver is gone but man has improved upon the lake with a dam at each end and a boat ramp for non-gas powered vessels.
I expected mosquito's but only had some gnats and a few flies around the
campsite. I stayed an extra day and took time to walk around the lake (2.4 miles) and then ...
... place. We then strolled over to the antiques mall to have a mooch. It was deceiving from outside, it was huge within. We were greeted inside at the desk by an elderly gentleman, informing we only need to ask for his assistance, as soon as he heard our accents he asked us to sign his guest book. After introductions & accent appreciation we continued having a gander at the toot and odds & sods. It was fun root'n around looking for those star items to pop up & we sure ...
... and paperwork for Levi's car ready to hand over and sort out what's needed. Andy's next mission for the day was our Geo-cache no. 2 along Route 66 trail geeeeeeeek. It was right outside the petrol station opposite the hotel. Such fun stalking through a field of busy hives of biting midges in the glorious sun and heat of a humid day. We found it, Andy is bang on it with his finds, now we're set in history rolled up in a little magnetic tube on a fence. ...
... just the common old tea." I laughed saying that sure sounds like my mumma. Going back to hotel room, we noticed the old Hoover was still outside the door of the room opposite us, it had been there since yesterday morning and hadn't moved at all. The cleaners were at the other end of the corridor doing rooms, so we stuck a note on it. Andy wrote on a piece of paper 'LOST please find my mummy' and cello taped it to the handle, he rushed back in our room before ...
... pin on, so we put in a blue pin to stand out from all the red ones over UK. Satisfied with another historic trip, we strolled back to theirs. Jay wondered where we had got too, asked if we got lost. He was not amused when we said we'd been to Doc's, but I quickly reassured him we only stopped for drinks and had refused the cookie request as he was doing tea, so he was happy again with that. Levi was all full of beans, passing this & that to me. At one point ...