Super 8 Galesburg IL
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Galesburg IL
Travel Blogs from Galesburg
... time I'll cross it for this trip. Could this be the Great Lakes wind? If so, I'm going to be fighting it for several hundred more miles. I was shooting for Orion originally. I called the campground up there to make sure they had spots. $25 for a tent site. Arghhh! I just couldn't justify it. I went to the library in Sherrard and looked up a satellite view of town. I spotted a church on the outskirts with a big back yard. It also had a 7-eleven nearby, so I decided to hang ...
Made it to Knoxville, which was an unbelievable drive on the motorways...minus 40 degrees outside, which I think is about 23 below zero New Zealand speak! Matts moms house is surrounded by snow and it is bitterly cold outside.....really really cold!!! Went down to the store a little while ago...its a really small place, so not a lot to do apart from stay inside and keep warm. Its been great to have Matts family together. Tonya stayed with the kids ...
... br> We pub crawled around Cherry street having some nachos (with cheese sauce not cheese - gross) but that didn't deter us from our $2 or $3 gin and tonic and vodka sodas. We made some local friends Matt and Matt who could not believe we were in Galesburg. Everybody kept asking if we were going to Knox college.
After a big night we spend the following day in bed watching tv getting up only to have breakfast. Then again to have ...
Driving into Bushnell was wildly nostalgic for us...we used to drive here every summer for a music festival that John's old band played. The festival was a week long, on a pig farm out of town, and brought in thousands upon thousands of people. My last festival was in 2004, John's was 2005, and the festival folded just a year or two ago after a long run.
That being said, I didn't recognize a lot of the downtown...haha. I ...
... one of the best lunches we’ve had this season yet.
I forgot the name of it, but it’s a restaurant below a furniture store downtown (all owned by the same folks) and they specialize in the best comfort food you could ever want to eat. I got the Hungarian Goulash in a bread bowl and I was THRILLED to see Liptauer (a Hungarian cheese spread that I fell in love with when I worked at ...