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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... lunch and then onto another railway station when we managed to catch the last train on the eight mile stretch, the windows were open and as we rounded a bend all the steam and soot came in through the window and covered us! At the end we watched the engine as it was turned around on the turnstile. We sound like real anoraks! We are having a lazy evening as we are heading for Lynchburg tomorrow where Jack Daniels is made! Hopefully there will be ...
Well after yesterday, today is different kettle of fish. A gentle start, A light breakfast, A short drive down the Interstate and no rain. We started at point park, the sight of a battle in the American during the civil war. Then went to Rock City, Vicky had told us about the advertising they had done in 1936, they would paint your ...
... arrived again with flashing lights! Again all details were taken including Liz's details as she was a passenger. Trooper Dedmon said as you are from outer state you could be jailed. Liz would have to put forward a bond for my release. Luckily he put it down to 'failed to maintain lane' although he asked the other driver if they wanted to press charges, luckily they said no. After about ...
... centers, So after a night in Chattanooga, I had less than 24 hours to conquer Nashville. My goal: See as much quality music as possible in Nashville. So I reached out on the book of face, and friends responded with great suggestions. THANK YOU! I went to almost every spot in town that you all told me to visit; Puckett's, Robert's Western World, Printer's Alley. But the hottest tip came in an email from my ...
... is much easier to split than wood from the Sorghum tree, and that the good part about getting nicked by a chainsaw is that the saw automatically turns off when you release the button.
After breakfast we drove 15 miles back to the 127. Today was the busiest day so far - a line of cars stretched down the 127 in both directions. Cars were parked everywhere - on the side of the road, in the middle of the road, ...