Super 8 Mendota
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Travel Blogs from Mendota
... spin around and do it again. They also fly fairly low and it's bumpy due to the wind. They supply barf bags. We chose a company called Aero Parakas that was not only recommended in our guidebooks but was recommended by the group of tourists we had met on the train after Machu Picchu. It's not worth it to go cheap here - there is usually at least one plane crash every year sight seeing the Nazca lines. I have to say that thankfully the flight was only 30 minutes. I ...
... which has the original red brick used in the road. They have been salvaged and relaid just outside the town on a less frequently used country road.
From there it was back on the old Route 66 until wes saw a sign for a covered bridge. I thought he had seen enough of these. This one is quite small and no longer in use but in a pretty setting. Two ladies were checking it out for a family portrait.
In to Springfield to the Cosy Dog Diner ...
... after the second show for a big birthday party celebration, complete with some AMAZING homemade food and a huge birthday cake. We all sang to him and enjoyed the festivities. Feliz cumpleaņos!
We finally had the chance to meet Shirley North, wife of the circus' owner, John Ringling North II, and animal variety act performer when she's traveling with the show. She was warm and friendly and was determined to have us adopt one of the trained dogs who had recently been ...
... to see Al's dog, Ella, who had some pretty serious health issue a month ago, but was recovering nicely.
After stopping in a few more shops, we left the downtown to Al and drove out to a few other pockets of town that we hadn't hit yesterday. By 11:45a, we had done everything we could so we met up with Al at Ziggie's, a local diner near the fairgrounds, for lunch. There were a couple of families eating near us, so when we were done, ...
... On The Rock'. This is a place of madness. I unfortunately didn't really have time to go in, however it is a mix between a theme park and museum house of random collectables. It also has a massive glass platform that walks you out over a cliff for views of the valley...and a temple built on the tip of the rock. Further down the road i arrived in Spring Green Wisconsin at Talliessin. This was the Summer FLW College and his final home (it still ...