Super 8 Greenville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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After the mounds we traveled to our final destination, the Huels Family Farm. This is our friend Billy Joe (of Billy and Cathy from Seattle) parents farm. He grew up here with 6 siblings but all have moved on from farm ...
Rainy dreary day. KFC for lunch. All PM exploring beautiful LincolnMuseum. Traced his life childhood thru to assasination with statues movies/holograms/ghosts like/scenarios in log cabin & white house! Was amazing & wonderful. Went to Lincoln Tomb - moving in rain storm. Like Patton gravesite in ...
... Our best buys were our shot glasses, we can now have choc shots in style rather than the paper coffee cups. Half way round we kept hearing this loud disturbing alarm going off intermittently. Andy discovered it was coming from his pocket & from his phone. The government were warning us of a flood alert in the area, not one but half a dozen times or so. Happy with our bargain buys and they pleased by our custom, we set back to the hotel with a crack of thunder, it had got ...
... we could now drive to Carlinville, to pump up a tyre. Initially I was going to take my first drive, but chickened out as we set off. Just as well we then had our own 'Duel' moment with the big monster truck chasing you down the road, gaining on you and fast up your butt in a 55 limit. So after a Quick getaway and pit stop for air for the car. We went on to refuel with a corn dog from IGA before we set off again heading to Jay's. Nope defo not our ...
... lockers just inside the entrance to put your bags, purses or fanny packs. No admittance granted if you had a bag with you. The warehouse was sectioned off into #Booths, for different dealers and each item assigned a lot number. It was like a maze, each booth had its own design, locked display cabinets and shelving show casing their wares. It was a bit like having 100's of charity shops within one open space, some of it was antique or just plain old & tired ...