Americas Best Value Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Americas Best Value Inn & Suites Macon
Travel Blogs from Macon
... interesting as well as a chance to move some muscles. We also drove through Hannibal, MO as it gears up for Tom Sawyer Day looking for a dam that is known for an eagle population. We didn't spot any but it was a worthwhile side trip.
We reserved a room at the Super 8 in Macon on the road - very reasonable rate, even including ...
I rode through Old Highway 36 to get back on route past Hamilton. It's a very cute town. The houses out here are old but people keep them looking nice. I was confused when I saw gas pumps in town but there wasn't a store for it. I guess it was a true self-serve pay at the pump. I went up to the main junction and spotted a Casey's General Store. It had an electrical outlet on the wall so I parked my bike in front of it and charged up. My body is not in the mood ...
... the Reids made daily – and sometimes multiple trips in a day trips to the Boone Regional Hospital in Columbia, which is a 40-minute drive from Owen’s hometown of Moberly. Spending time with Grandpa was at the top of everyone’s priority list, and allowed for quite a bit of family time, albeit not the way we would have planned to spend it. Babysitting Owen’s cousins Reid (2 ½ years old) and Slaton (6 months ...
I'm starting to think that these hills and wind are never going to go away. I had my school meeting with my teacher this morning and we got started riding at about 11:30 which is a little late. When I started this morning the wind was not very bad but as hours passed it was getting worse. I wanted to get to Moberly but that got more and more difficult as the day went on. About half way through the day my dad ran into a guy when he pulled the RV to ...
... We were pleasantly surprised...LOTS of friendly people here, many of whom comfortably settled into chatting with us about the show and how excited they are that it's coming to their town. Everyone took the flyers, everyone said they'd hang them in their windows, and we felt a bit like celebrities by the time our walkaround was done.
Just goes to show you can't always pre-judge a town by it's tiny population or rural-ness (word? I don't think so, but just go with it...).