Travelodge Lake Park / Valdosta Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Orlando, we got on the Florida Turnpike and couldnt get off of it so ended up all the way down at Ft Price. Found a holiday inn and stayed there. Mattys checked us in and i parked the van. The security guard came over and spoke for a bit, he liked our bikes and then told me a story about how some guy was outside a McDonalds not far from here on his bike and some homeless dude came up and stabbed him to death, this aint the kinda bedtime stories i was wanting to ...
Exciting news! We have a house now! Which is a huge relief because we won't have to run around Anchorage trying to find a house once we get up there! It is on base in the Moose Crossing neighborhood. It is a 2 bedroom/2.5 bath with a bonus room and 1-car garage. I'm already driving Evan crazy with home decorating ideas (Thanks Pinterest!)
... El Paso, TX (overnight stay, then back on the road) Flagstaff, AZ (2 nights stay while at the national park) Grand Canyon National Park (1 day) Hoover Dam (short visit) Las Vegas, NV (2-3 days stay) Twin Falls, ID (overnight stay) Seattle, WA (2-3 days stay) Then on into Canada and finally into Anchorage! I haven't gotten to planning the last leg of our trip yet. The whole trip should take about 3 weeks. Maggie (my dog) will be ...
... and watch movies, so here we sit, well I'm sitting on the recliner end (since I fixed it), Bob is lying down on the couch end. We are currently watching GRAVITY. Correction, I'm watching GRAVITY Bob is sleeping. I'm also doing a load of wash. Today has been a beautiful day, tomorrow is a chance of rain in Perry so we'll see, Tomorrow we only have about 95 miles to drive to Cordele, GA where we will be making our home for the next ...
... of the Sea" as I've been calling them. No gorgeous large beasts floating around in the water. We turned back down the path and saw a man in a canoe doing research for the park. I asked him where the manatees were hiding and he explained that the temperature was a bit chillier than usual at this time of year, but that there were four or five manatees closer to the river that the spring fed into. Sure enough, ...