Budget Host Airport Inn
Travel Blogs from Waterville
... and Maine and seeing the sign at the border. We made a quick "pit stop" (the last of hundreds) at a rest stop a few miles up the interstate. I remember smelling the pine trees during the early afternoon and welcomed the eventuality that in a couple of hours, we'll be "home" and in our own house, our own kitchen, living room, bathroom and, of course, our own bedroom and bed.
The further we drove, the longer it seemed to take. But finally, ...
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With the temp in the 20s all day we are READY to get going. Still getting things loaded in the RV and have scheduled eye doctor and dentist visits to be as sure as we can be that we are healthy and ready for several months 'out of Dodge'.
Our 2006 Navion H is ready to go, all systems are go and we have a place for everything we will be bringing.
... by Meg's (of countryfile fame) skills so I wasn't all that impressed. I found a shack selling Indian food! It's been nearly 2 weeks since my last curry and even though it would be considered a mediocre offering by my usual curry standards it was very welcome. Lesley has this plan that we should drive home via route (rowt) 1, there were loads of pretty towns and its the coast road which runs all the way from Fort Kent in Maine right down to ...
... Mount Rushmore, Arkansas, Iowa, Toronto. - Mark's biggest problem: glasses, 2 pairs lost, daily search for others - Sara's biggest problem: Agreeing when to stop for the day... - Number of nights in a hotel: 31 - Number of nights with friends and family: 10 - Nights in a tent: 3 - Loads of laundry: 18 - What we learned: More than we can even ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed