Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Verona
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... near the school.
The neighborhood closest to the school was pretty typical of college housing. Large, old homes converted into two homes that were rented out to students. The houses were in varying degrees of disrepair, but they all had character. The wrap-around porches, the single-paned windows with plastic covering to help keep the ...
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... Spellcheck is my best friend and I still get grammar lessons from my Mom! (Mom, thanks, for the help with all my commas ;) )But travel and adventures certainly are, so I invite you to follow me on my adventure. Please give feedback, suggestions on where to go and what to do or even just requests for souvenirs! Sorry ladies, I call dibs on the hot Australian surfer I plan on meeting! I very ...
... and just so you know, I have the best mother in the world.
We filled up with gas in Ashland and then took I-95 north to route 17 in Fredricksburg. Route 17 is the scenic route that heads into the mountains of Virginia. I was already bored out of my gourd before we hit I-81 in Winchester. Buddy was ready for a morning nap so I drove again...and didn't wreck this ...
... been handy, but here I was riding around on it. He told everyone we met that he had given away his spare. It made me really uncomfortable. We passed an Amish carriage with 8 people inside while we walked our bikes down the road to the only place in West Leyden that was open. It was called the Milk Plant Tavern, and it attracted mostly bikers and locals. Kevin and Penny, a couple in their 50's, were celebrating their 1-year wedding anniversary. They met at this bar 8 years ago ...