Super 8 Marianna
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Woke up to drizzelin rain, again, but it soon quit and I was able to unhook without getting wet. Off I went southbound and down on good ol Hwy 65. The winds were light, the traffic so, so and I had some mellow music on the radio and the time passed quickly.
Pretty road, great scenery, nice rivers and pretty soon I was rolling into Birmingham. A couple of years ago I flew into Birmingham, rented a car and drove down to Thomaston AL. In the ...
... in the back of the van on the way back to our truck, oh, and the canoe ride. Ended the day grilling fresh tuna. Oh man, definitely Ricks favorite. Sorry no pics. Rick grilled it perfectly too. And fresh sweet corn. Not as good as iowa, but still tasted ...
We arrived Friday evening at Florida Caverns State Park. The trip here was uneventful. We arrived just as dusk was approaching. The boys saw a cave entrance as we came into the park so as soon as we parked the RV they grabbed their bikes off the car and road down to the cave.
The main cave that tours visit is up on high ground at the entrance to the park. The campground was down on lower ground where the Chipola River spills into the forest. The entrance to the ...
A long drive east, leaving Louisiana through Mississippi, Alabama and into Florida following the gulf coast. Wildlife alert: Saw 2 armadillos, dead by the roadside.
More astonishing weather, driving through more thunderstorms but getting to Pensacola beach, Florida, in hot sun. The sand is desert island white and fine as icing sugar, and the water was colder than expected, ...
We went heavy and hard all day at Universal and packed the kids, the tents and the smiles all in the van and started to drive north and west. The road trip began late and we watched the dropping temperatures in the car thermometer with a mix of thrill and fear. It was clear, however, that we had to put the hard core facade away, keep the tents in the car and protect the kids under some real insulation. In the dark and cold we arrived ...