How has this motel rated in the past?
- 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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Travel Blogs from Newberry
... 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.
... spend some time with Brother David as he rehabs from another broken leg, see and love on my special friend, Saundra and see how I can help neighbors, Jody, Sharon, Richard and Mary as they deal with surgeries. We look forward to being back with our church family and reconnecting there. Lastly, thanks to everyone who has read my blog. I hope it was not burdensome and that you have experienced some of our Great Alaskan Adventure with us. Good bye and God ...
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 ...
We left Annapolis at 6 AM and drove almost straight through to Chapin, South Carolina, where Aunt Marisa and Uncle Jackson live. The boys spent about three hours riding scooters and bikes on the neighborhood roads, playing on the neighborhood pirate ship, and taking a walk to the local elementary school where ...
... 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 ...