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TravelPod Member ReviewsCountry Hearth Inn Union City
Clean tastefully decorated and comfy bed all for a good price. What more do you want?
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We got out of Washington DC alive. I will admit there were times when I wasn't sure that we would. Having said that, we met some great people and saw a few interesting things, so it was worth the near death experiences.
Leaving DC could not have gone more smoothly. We got through the airport at Baltimore suspiciously easy and the flight was pretty good. Excellent service and comfy seats. We landed in Memphis and immediately got into a rental ...
It's pronounced "New MAD-rid" not “New Muh-DRID”, by the way. I found that out when we stopped by the local grocery store to find out if they had a laundromat in town. “In New MAD-rid? Ohhhh no, we do not. We used to have two, but the owner up and sold them a couple of years back. Your best bet is Sikeston.” Sigh…Sikeston is 18 miles away in the same direction we just came from. Our lot today is very soft… the elephant trailer ...
Nov. 21 – 25 Whoa ! TRANSMISSION PROBLEMS ? YUP !
STOPPED COLD IN THE SLOW LANE....
That transmission sure sounds strange.
To condense 6 days into a very short story: Yes, the transmission WAS going out. But, it happened in a good place - only 30 miles from our intermediate destination of Sedalia, KY ...
... br> HOW EXCITING ! CROSSING THE FAMOUS MISSISSIPPI
Our first ride across the famous river about which many songs have been written
and many stories have been focused.
Thoughts of Huckleberry Finn and the “mighty Mississippi” flood my mind. And we are
the ONLY passengers. How fun and how exhilarating. We are both fascinated. Only 20 minutes and $28 each way. But, ...
... tree outside the window is bent over by the wind - but it's warm. What to wear? Putting on rain gear in heat just makes you drip wet with sweat. I decide to ask the pros. "What's the dress code for today, guys?" "Nude?" suggests Tim with the crazy hair.
We are on the road before daybreak. The rain is soft and we've just 80 miles to go - a short day! We add a ...