Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Salina
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Day 2 by Owen Our day started out with a yummy breakfast. We had eggs, bacon and fruit and muffins. Addison made the muffins. They were delicious! We had to pack up camp. We rode our bikes while Mommy and Daddy were cleaning up. Then I helped Daddy put the bikes on the bike rack. All the kids packed up our camping chairs. Then we started to drive. We drove from St. ...
... Osama Bin Laden. We owe so much to these brave men! We passed through Sedgwick, Kansas where my Howell/Bowersox family is from. I plan to stop there on my return part of trip. I have a whole new family to research....my biological father, Howard Osborn. Our next stop will be Denver to spend 4 days with Susan, Ty and girls. Not sure if I will have time to blog, those grandchildren keep me busy! I assure you, that you will hear from me again. Love and hugs, Jean and ...
... we need 4g coverage and we’re only in 2g, so we’ll see what happens when we find better coverage. Neither Dan’s phone, nor my phone, nor the tablet are receiving internet. Hwy 70 just kept going and going and going....we saw a Maserati......the time changed just west of Levant, Kansas....we had lunch at Quiznos in Colby....stopped at ...
... seemingly followed us right to
Missouri. 6 of the 10 days had rains; our last night consisted of 40-mile an
hour winds, a fuse blowing out on our front RV jacks and a ton of four letter
words batted about while getting soaked to the bone.
Before it gets too pessimistic I will mention that we had a
blast. Pat and I wound up talking over different guns and ammo; Defenders are
the way to go shotgun wise. I think my wife and Elizabeth talked and stared at
... huge gardens to feed all the workers.
The Laura Plantation was run by 4 generations of women. The present owners are historians and we were lucky enough to have a guided tour by the owner who inundated us with a wealth of historical facts and stories that was so entertaining.....his tour went for 90 minutes. They had a fire in 2003 and it took 3 years to rebuild.
The Oak Plantation a few miles away ...