Super 8 Hampshire
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Photos of Super 8 Hampshire
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Hampshire
Travel Blogs from Hampshire
Tomorrow is departure day. It's finally here.
Part of me feels prepared and ready to go, and part of me feels completely unprepared for the journey I am about to take - just not sure which part is winning at any given time.
I spent today getting an adjustment (at the chiro), a pedicure (take care of those feet!), taking one more practice walk at ...
... Some of them will probably stick around for a bit if not for forever.
I have had to respond to everyone wanting to know the same thing: "where did you go?", "what did you study?", "did you enjoy it?", "what did you do?" which can be a bit bothering. However, it is nice when people ask so you can try and share a life-changing experience.
I think the biggest thing that has changed is just my appreciation for ...
... of hours layover we fly direct to Perth. Braden has the day off so he will meet us at the airport bright and early Friday morning. So, while we are so thankful to the Lord for a wonderful time and we've enjoyed the so many parts of this trip, we are also very happy to go home. To those who've followed our blog - thanks for your interest! It's been fun to share some of our experiences with you. There will probably be one final blog once we are at home again - but for now - au ...
... brown, so when the wind blows, it ripples across the fields and looks very pretty. We can really understand why this area is the breadbasket of our nation. Also taking up a lot of room were huge GM and Chrysler plants. There buildings went on and on - they must employ thousands of workers.
Every once in a while, we would see a field of something ...
... viewing the library and museum we drove over to the burial place. I was impressed that the two plots for the President and First Lady were not ornate, but simple marble slabs marking their final resting place. This area was surrounded by a park with picnic tables. It was a beautiful area.
Then we went on to Le Claire, IA the birth place of ...