Super 8 Chillicothe
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... i might miss connection cause i only have 1 and half hours between flights. Just incase, i have been given a seat on the next flight aswell which is at 2pm. At least i will get to Miami at some point today which is all im bothered about. Peoria airport is a small airport, about half the size of Aberdeens so i get through security really quick. There isnt even a shop in the departures lounge. Sit at my gate, the only place in airport ...
... in the mountains ill be making a quick getaway haha. Kalebs truck that we took round to adams is the same truck my dad had in Houston, a ford explorer. Round at Adams i met Kalebs sister Eden who had just finished a nightshift at the hospital. Both her and adam are nurses. Moved all the bags out of Kalebs truck and into Adams Honda Civic. His boot wouldnt shut once you had opened it so we had to fight with the latch a bit to get it to actually ...
... just completing my first leg of a long journey, rain and dark now under my belt, nothing to it. My hosts for the next two nights are my Uncle Keith Mallow, his wife Stephanie, my cousins Brent and Tiffany, Bosco, Ziggy, and Tiger. Fantastic dinner at Agatucci’s for pizza with tiger sauce, Steph has been going here since she was a child and I would highly recommend it if your ever in Peoria. A reward shot of Jim Beam and a few beers, sleep is in my near ...
... Drake, my college roommate.
We were roommates all four years of school, and he was our wedding photographer the summer after graduation, but we had not seen him since.
So, when we met up Friday night, we immediately headed out to dinner. Barbeque at Famous Dave's sounded good, and indeed it was. After dinner, we wanted to hang out some more. I was kinda bummed that we didn't bring a game to play (I love games), so we decided to ...
... getting to our stop.
We went to a mall close to the city center with the intention of ice skating. Not a typical Beijing-summer activity, but very fun regardless. We paid about $5 to get in which included skate rental, a locker, and two hours of skating. Most of the people skating were small children, so our group of four twenty-something white guys didn't exactly fit in. We had a great time and skated our full two hours before leaving exhausted and ...