BEST WESTERN Johnson City Hotel & Conference Center
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This hotel / motel is a bit strange. The inside of the rooms seems to have been recently renovated, however their was a pretty bad sent of musk and smoke left in the room. The rate was very affordable as they were having a special if you stay more than one night in a row. On a positive note the staff was very nice!
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We decided to have a late start on Monday morning. Our original plan was to drive to Nashville late in the morning, check into a hotel to secure our luggage and then go to the music hall of fame. After some discussion, we decided that Nashville really was a several day excursion and one we would rather do by flying or driving to in a vehicle. Nashville is a big city and big cities are often not very nice to travel through on motorbikes.
... adventures from trains, planes and automobiles! We plan on saying hi to the Pope, peer into the crater of an active volcano, sunbathe on the beaches of the Ionian Sea, marvel at the ruins of Pompeii, and eats lots of seafood and pizza. I may even have a glass of wine or two!
Hope you enjoy our adventures!
... and get some nice pictures and videos of the falls. Elk Falls is certainly a very beautiful waterfall, especially given the ease of access. After a few minutes, we headed back up the trail and stopped at the top for a nice view over the waterfall to the pool below. It certainly looked to me like a mighty long drop from up here. Shortly, we made it back to the car and headed towards our next ...
... their way through the forest ground. I arrived at Clyde Smith Shelter around 12:30. It began to rain, the wind kicked up something nasty - and so it was, I would stay there and wait for night to come. We all sat around and talked about the rain.....about how we didn't think it was a safe idea to hike out in the weather, due to the elevation and high winds (yes..we know, we were just trying to be okay our laziness....and being sissies of the rain!). ...
... only the 2nd time in six years - and I was just too cold and ****** to pump more water - with the broken pump, until daybreak. If I would have pumped water, my body would not have gave me the issues. I knew better, but no real harm -no foul! After day break, I was treated to an awesome sunrise! - then more hills.... not big hills, but to water-lacking body - felt like Everest! By the last hill, I actually tossed my polls and pack down.....cussed ...