Travel Blogs from Rushville
As soon as we pulled into Rushville, I remembered it from last season: we had parked our RV behind the Chamber of Commerce and I think we had some events set up for us by the sponsors, but what I mostly remember is walking up and down the one main street, seeing a scary looking porcelain doll in an antique store window, and eating at the corner diner with Kyle and Beth, who had driven out to see us. It's very strange to be back in these towns again after ...
We are leaving for Europe in nine days! My goal is to try to update this blog throughout our trip, so our friends and family can follow our travels. We have a list of things we want to do and see. I will try to post our itinerary before we depart. ...
This day seemed to be the longest so far, even though we only spent a small portion of it driving. It began better than most days with breakfast at our newly declared favorite hotel, the Holiday Inn Express. If you ever wonder if our opinions can be bought, then be assured that they can. With cinnamon buns. Unfortunately, even with this tasty start, our day took a turn for the worse as the engine began to stutter and lose power after only 15 ...
Our day began in the rain. Not to worry, the Land Rover kept most of the rain from us. I drove first, the passenger side takes on more water :) don't tell Tristan. Today was a day of travel. For our second day, we drove over 600 miles. With the low speed of the Land Rover, we were not able to make it as far as if we were in ...
Well, I leave in three days. Still getting some things set up. And probably won't pack my bags until the night before, but that is just how I do things. These next couple of days are going to be spent tying those last few loose ends and saying goodbye to everyone at my internship (sadly cut too short).
I am already getting jitters about leaving. More about my ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Pets allowed