Super 8 Jacksonville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Lincoln so after a stop at Cold Stone for ice cream on arrival we toured about to see his tomb. Passed the State capital building too which was impressive.
Bob Evans diner for dinner so managed to source vegetables. Succumbed to the chocolate cake dessert too. Mmm. Piccies to follow once my photographers have their act in order;)
... finding that I still had all her money, credit cards and ID from a couple of days ago, she had to walk back out to the trailer to get her ID and money from me and then back to the front check out counters to pay for the items the clerk was nice enough to save in a cart. Now, mind you each trip into the store, for her, was to the front of a Walmart Super Store, (big box) so by the time I had the second tire on and Suzy had walked ...
... it very much. Many of you might be shocked to know that no books were purchased at the gift store ;)
Our first Roadside Amercia stop was a Spartan Statue at a local High School. It was hilariously awful - you can tell that it started out as a Viking before "being turned into" a Spartan. Bern was a good sport about getting out of the car to have his photo taken with it (and with his REAL Sparty shirt on, too!). A good laugh for ...
I drove 413 miles today from Columbus to Springfield Illinois all via interstate and arrived at today's accommodations via AirBNB.com. For those who are not familiar with this service, it is essentially paying someone to stay in their house; condo; apartment; carriage house; or basement. Its different to say the least, but its the adventure and the price that made me want to try it. Today, I am staying in a 60ish woman's apartment who is out of town. The cost was $39.00. It is a ...
... we knew was right, however we still didn't know if we were heading in the correct direction, except that it felt right! We were instructed to turn off and thought we'd taken the right turning but after crossing over the interstate and driving down a narrow, loose gravel track with nothing but a few scattered farms we began to worry that maybe we should have had sat nav after all. Luckily with our own good navigation skills we came to a cross roads and decided to head ...