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Shopping for Motels -- Deep Dive

I’m all for alternative lodging — everything from hostels to camping to staying with friends — but there are times when a motel is the best or only option, so this post I’m going to stick specifically to how I try to find good motel rooms without shelling out a bunch of money, and I’ll cover other forms of lodging another time.  960 more words


Japan Travel Tips – Lodging & Other Facts

Here is my last entry on Japan Travel Tips focused on lodging and other facts before I share the details of my trip. I hope it comes useful to you! 367 more words


Sleep Inn & Suites near Mall & Medical Center

Our amenities strive to exceed expectations from the moment you enter our elegant lobby. Our guest accommodations feature 82 King, Double Queen and King Suites (which have a king sized bed and couch with additional pullout bed). 93 more words


A new guide in town

Every year about this time, the new Visitor Guide arrives in town. The Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the 2016 edition, which features cover art by Mineral Point artist, Jan Johnson.  239 more words


Important Things To Consider If You're Thinking About Long Term Travel

No matter what age you are, travel is good for the soul. It opens our eyes to new experiences, cultures and places that are unlike anything we have seen before. 534 more words


The Outer Banks in the Off-Season

The reason our anniversary trip is in January is rooted in economics. When Patrick and I decided to take our first trip money and time off from work were major hurdles to travel. 797 more words

Davida Gypsy Breier

Question time: Hostels v. Hotels?

Almost four years ago (crikey!) when I made my short (but nevertheless amazing) trip to India, due to certain circumstances well beyond my control, I ended up with an all-expenses paid stay at the hotel I was staying at. 639 more words