Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Newberry
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... trip to Europe and sadly died in a motorcycle incident and the house was left vacant. Of course the county tried to make the home inaccessable by tearing down the stairs but it is still completely climbable. Slightly dangerous because it is old untreated wood and about 25 feet off of the ground surrounded in broken glass. But still beautiful and eerie.
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... spend some time with Brother David as he rehabs from another broken leg, see and love on my special friend, Saundra and see how I can help neighbors, Jody, Sharon, Richard and Mary as they deal with surgeries. We look forward to being back with our church family and reconnecting there. Lastly, thanks to everyone who has read my blog. I hope it was not burdensome and that you have experienced some of our Great Alaskan Adventure with us. Good bye and God ...
Ben and I, along with our Tennessee friends, Henry and Tricia McKinnon, have been preparing for this adventure to Alaska for a year and the time is finally here. We fly out to Minneapolis on Wednesday to spend a few days with cousins Cindy and Earl Grothman and then on to Forrest City, Iowa and the Winnebago factory on Saturday. We will begin our adventure on ...
... i spent listening to the last chapters of Coco Chanel's biography which has been interesting but very detailed. A good book to listen to while travelling but not necessarily for gym sessions! Charleston is a beautiful and extremely well preserved historical town no doubt about it. Row upon row and street upon street of beautiful houses so well looked after and with immaculate hedges, bits of lawn, ivy or whatever. Not a leaf out if place. Beautiful ...
... park is the US most frequented one with ten million visitors annually. 95% of visitors don't venture further than 100 m from their cars and that was made plain at the 18 mile Cades Cove loop. Lots of settlers' buildings and their churches to see but few cars stopped and even fewer people got out of their cars to walk to the said buildings. Interesting but not that great as the settlers came to this valley from the 1820s until the park ...