Hampton Inn Crossville
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... it. Arizona and New Mexico route 66 is a road of bits and pieces. The bits and pieces were interesting.......and much easier traveled by car than my motorhome. Yes there were some cool things...but with careful planning you can hit the "high spots" and get just as much out of it as someone who drives all of it available. It's worth doing and seeing, but don't have grand expectations.
Food- One of the high points of our travels ...
... and view fantastic vistas. And we'll see some of the regular sights too.
Our mode of travel will be different this time as well as the continent we travel. We're taking our first cross country trip in our motor home! Our plan is to use the motor home as a base and use my pickup to travel the area around us. It makes us smaller and more agile, to venture about and explore.
We're excited as this trip will allow us a ...
Today was another beautiful day. It started out chilly and foggy but the sun quickly burned off the fog. Given the time change, we slept through most of the fog due to rising later in the day. We relaxed a bit, had breakfast and then headed downstream to the lock at Watt's Bar. I must say we locked in almost perfectly this time, due to Capt. Bart's precise steering and a perfect toss by the first mate onto the mooring posts. Once we left Watt's Bar lock, the trip was smooth ...
Most of today was spent driving from St. Louis, thru Illinois and half way across Tennessee. It was a lovely drive on yet another bright and sunny day. This is probably the prettiest unit we've had so far. It is a multi-level unit with a wrap around deck outside the living room and dining room and another deck off the master bedroom. The living room has a stone wall with a built in fireplace. Since ...
... for $170,000. We stopped at barn sales, church sales, and regular, one-family yard sales. We crossed the Wolf Creek Dam, which passes over the Cumberland River, and continued on to Jamestown, Tennessee, which is the headquarters of the World's Longest Yard Sale. The farther south we drove, the stronger the accents became. I asked one guy the price for a group of four medals. It ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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