Spring Valley Inn
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Spring Valley Inn
Travel Blogs from Spring Valley
... about all of the canyon that I could tolerate. I kept having to take Tylenol and Ibuprofen to control my fever and that's not really how you 'treat' a fever. We went back to the hostel so I could rest. I think I napped again. We had a really great dinner in the hostel restaurant and shared a table with a really lovely couple from Germany. I love sharing travel stories with other people at the hostels; I think it's one of the best parts of traveling. Getting ready for bed ...
... own apples and activities which the little kids would love - wagon rides, hay bales to climb, a camel to look at.
Route 66 is not one continuous road so we needed to keep our eyes open for the signs. Also the route has 2 different routes from just south of Staunton to Springfield. We did not notice this until we thought we had lost the route just after Gillespie. We had a lovely detour along farm roads that I bet rarely ever get anyone other ...
Some trip facts. We will have traveled over 4,000 miles, consumed over 500 gallons of gas but have had a tremendous time. Been in 12 states too. Final details when we get home.
We are only going a short distance today as we are targeting reaching Kalamazoo, MI to pick up our brother-in-law Dick Wilson on Friday the 12th. His wife Gail is attending her 50 year reunion of her Bronson College of Nursing class 1964. She will drive to Grand Rapids on Sunday and will stay for about ...
... its sites were flooded. They gave us a site, only after showing us how "squishy" it is,and us assuring them that we could tolerate that. We plan to hit the road early tomorrow and drive the rest of the way (allegedly 386 miles) to Woodbury, MN, by dinner time. We will be staying in one place, visiting daughter, son-in-law and grand-daughters (plus some time with Cousin Beth Armstrong) until after Labor Day. We'll continue to share our adventures, but maybe not every ...
After dinner we went down to the main square and stumbled
upon a Fiesta with a band playing on a stage and locals dancing in the
moonlight. There were 3 huge bamboo
structures filled with fireworks and we stayed to see the last of these set
off. To describe the display as a bit
dodgy is an understatement. Whilst the engineering
was indeed impressive, the fireworks appeared to have a mind of their own and
some sprayed sparks ...