Baymont Inn & Suites Clarksville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Car rentals
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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In keeping with my plans to not stay in one place too long, it was time for quick trip to visit my "Kountry Sister" in Springfield, Tennessee.
My parents I headed out at O'Dark-thirty in keeping with the Kuehnl Traveling Rules which date back to my childhood and probably before that. Up an on the road by 5 am definitely ensures you get a good number ...
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Once there, it is easy to locate. The parking lot is very nice with plenty of room. There is a visitors center but it doesn't open until 1pm on Sundays so we just walked around the park. There was lots of signs to read and check out. There is also ...
... of the area (the plaques do a better job than I can), because if you care you can research it yourself but it suffices to say that experiencing the sights first hand and picturing myself as a Confederate soldier manning the cannons, seeing the Union ships come around the river bend is an incredible feeling.
I even got to take my bike on some wooded trails that kicked my ...
... in the US. We drove on the road that runs down the middle of it called The Trace. The area is filled with campgrounds, marinas, trails and nature areas. We drove through the Elk and Bison Prairie and saw a few animals. A beautiful drive and very friendly people. For dinner we stopped at a place on the Barkley Lake side that had a Friday night catfish buffet special. It was called Ra Ra's catfish house. A hole in the wall full of locals. Catfish, ...
... by three gas stations, in our case pit stops. Finally we spot what looks like it could be a train stop with a few vehicles parked outside and pull over in desperation. We approached the 10x20 gray building with trepidation, knocked on the door with no answer, so we opened it and called in, still no answer; we thought this must be a work station for the railroad and there must be a washroom inside, ...voila! We accomplished the mission with a little fear and ...