Super 8 Kimball
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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8:00 am........43 dgrees......67703 gas at S. Pittsberg, TN.....(1.95 pr gallon).....25.85 on visa. mail checks to Lonnie Anderson for overnight guarantee.....19.99 cash (from Rossville [Chattanooga]). Potty, coffee and cinnamelts at Calhoun, GA.....2.33 cash Adcock Pecans stop for peanuts and other things.......80.95 on visa. Cocktails before supper at Logans.....13.76 on visa Supper at Logan Roadhouse.....63.26 Overnight at Comfort Inn in Tifton, ...
We made it to Chattanooga, where we stayed at Homewood Suites! Everyone had their own bed and we were so happy that the first half of the trip was over! The only hiccup we had was there were NO restaurants open on Christmas Day...we were all starving for dinner that we ended up ordering from the only open place: a Waffle House. The food wasn't great, but it helped. I gave Brenna a bath in ...
... on his belly for 17 hours in this 2 foot by 4 foot pitch black hole that he ended up finding this water fall. He then took his wife(Ruby) with him to see it and she crawled it also (in a dress by the way) and he named the fall ruby falls. They dug out the tunnels which we walked through to get to the fall. We started the tour going down 250 feet in a ...
... the hustle and bustle after a couple of hours.
Since it was a Saturday, we couldn't schedule a tour of Vanderbilt for Izze, but we took a drive around the university. It was nice. We were all hungry by now and started looking for something with a local flair. On a drive-by whim, Paula eyed the San Antonio Taco Company and as soon as we could find parking we made our way. It was a treat.
As I've mentioned before, Mathew ...
Performing traditional music of the Tennessee Valley, Matt introduced songs from several local musicians plus traditional mountain tunes. He played the fiddle, banjo, and kazoo. Great voice and he gave an excellent introduction to the topic. I bought a CD so ask to hear it when I get back. The Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum is actually a working railroad staffed and maintained ...