- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEconoLodge Newberry
Nice spot.... Clean and reasonable.
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... Bryan I wiggled my way up the tree into the broken floorboards of the house. Both Bryan and Nick followed and we carefully explored the area. It was the coolest thing ever, so well designed this guy was a genius. Even though he is gone his work is still appreciated.
We hit the put in right as the sun came down so it was a quick and easy load on the way out.
Ben and I are so fortunate to have been able to take this amazing trip. Going back 43 days ago, on the first leg, we say thanks to Cindy and Earl for our short but fun stay in Minneapolis. Next I must comment on Great Alaskan Holidays who hooked us up with Winnie for our 5 weeks of travel. The motor home was the perfect way to see all the sights and I would recommend this mode to anyone. We have seen many areas of the lower USA that have been on our ...
... May 18 and return to South Carolina on June 28. During this trip, we will visit South Dakota, Wyoming, Montana, Canada and Alaska. We have many sights planned to visit and I am sure there will be many more unplanned ones. My hope is to blog and post pictures to this blog site. It will be my way to keep everyone updated on our trip as well as a journal for Ben and ...
... about the idea of captive animals and their breeding, when it's not about release ... but I will have to accept that we are doing so much to get rid of their natural habitat that short of allowing extinction to run its course, we are running out of other valid options. Do we, humans, have the right to make these decisions, to be part of getting rid of animals and purport to be part of what's keeping them here? Are we sure that keeping them in zoos is better than letting ...
... packing and get on the road. This process was apparently like herding cats, it resulted in ferrying box after box into the trailer, with bikes and fishing gear too. The sun was shining and the weather looked set to be fine at the beach. We enjoyed it. Afterwards, the convoy left for Myrtle Beach. Kim, Jill and Kelsey in Kim's convertible, Doug, Fred, Kasey and all three dogs in Kelsey's car pulling the trailer, and Val and I in the Mini. The drive would be 3 hours, and off we went!