Super 8 West Point
Travel Blogs from West Point
... off came and went and I just kept riding, eventually going about 15 miles before I determined I would never see Hwy 75, plus I was low on fuel. Turned around, took a 77 turn off and ended up where I needed to be. Sadly no trifecta today, but I ordered a pizza, had a couple of beers, had a soak in the pool (bad order of events, I know) and called it an early night.
... which is really handy. The one where we stopped was also an historic site along the Mormon trail to Utah. When we crossed the Mississippi River, we were in Illinois at Moline. In the next couple of hours we drove through Peoria and arrived in Normal. Tomorrow, Ruby, Jaimie, Jaimie's friend Krissy, and I are going to Chicago. Looking forward to ...
... up and took us to her house.Melissa's family is in the midst of moving back from Omaha to the Ft. Collins, so her four kids were running all over, playing with friends one last time, and the house is mostly packed and moved.
Alex and I had a great time hanging out with the kids, especially playing a game of pickup basketball in the driveway. Interestingly enough, Alex, who loves all sports, had never really played basketball. For ...
... with no slides and hit the road. We got as far as Epsom, NH.
We wintered in the Circle 9 Campground in Epsom, with our two Pomeranians, Hansel and Gretel, and waited for Mike's contract to end in May. That was a very long wait, but we survived the small space, the antics of our two fur balls, the cold winter and each other!p
We headed out in June, 2001. Again, not to bore you and to make a long ...
ARrived here this afternoon - our site was waiting for us, and tomorrow morning, we'll leave the Camaro here so Blue Ox can design and build a baseplate for it.
Very weird driving by Thurston Avenue this afternoon - spent way too many hot summer days and nights there visiting my exe's Aunt Nina!
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed