Hampton Inn Crossville
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... still in the 90s and the air conditioner in the unit isn't working, the fireplace is not a big plus. The multi-levels give the unit character, but going up and down the stairs between the levels - not so much fun. The maintenance people did fix the air conditioner, so all is cool again. The resort is kind of weird in that all of the amenities (pools, tennis courts, etc) are shared with the ...
... 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 ...
... t quite work out. Three months after leaving office while touring in New Orleans, Polk came down with cholera and died. The date was June 15, 1849. He was immediately buried in New Orleans along with the other cholera victims to prevent the spread of the disease.
Polk was eventually moved to "Polk Place" where he rested for forty-two years. When his wife Sarah died, ...
Our adventure continued to Crossville. Although it was an hour drive time seemed to stand still. Upon our arrival the time was the same as when we left Knoxville (we'd moved from Eastern time to Central).
We had the opportunity of staying with Al & Ibel at their beautiful mountain home (in 12 acres of awe striking TN landscape). It was so nice to be surrounded by nature and all the nice landscaping that Al & Ibel have cultivated ...
... the air force during the Viet Nam war were stationed there so I heard a lot about Frankfurt. They all really liked the city. The architecture was fantastic and it is called the Manhattan of Europe because of all the new buildings. Much was destroyed in WWII. I found the skyline to be more interesting than NYC. The small central historic area was cool but really small compared to other cities.
Although I enjoyed the other cities we went to, after ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center