How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TravelPod Member ReviewsEconoLodge Newberry
Nice spot.... Clean and reasonable.
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... where we turned around and effortlessly floated back down the river. On the way back we stopped at the swimming hole. We had no intentions of swimming because the water was freezing, but of course my clumbsy self slides off the rock and into a giant puddle...-_- things got a bit colder after that.
We wondered around the rocks for awhile playing on some silly ...
... Counting all modes of transportation (cars, big and little planes, train, motor home, buses, and ship---see pics) we covered a total of 10,295 miles. Our legs feel like you could double that if walking is thrown into the mix. Impressive for us but still relatively meager when compared to our son Brian who reminded us that during our 43 day adventure he traveled through 14 airports from SC to Italy to Netherlands to SC to Florida to SC to ...
Ben and I, along with our Tennessee friends, Henry and Tricia McKinnon, have been preparing for this adventure to Alaska for a year and the time is finally here. We fly out to Minneapolis on Wednesday to spend a few days with cousins Cindy and Earl Grothman and then on to Forrest City, Iowa and the Winnebago factory on Saturday. We will begin our adventure on ...
... a bigger playground and a Rockwall. We took a ride to Lake Murray and later had dinner with Nanna, Aunt Marisa, Aunt Andrea and Sammy. Uncle Jackson had to work a night shift. After a bath in aunt Marisa's large tub, aunt Andrea told the boys a story and they fell asleep on an air mattress. Dad fell asleep ...
... 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 ...