Days Inn Batesville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... on that one! Then we wandered up to the homplace of William Faulkner! As Leah said, "it was well worth our time". We enjoyed seeing the place where he wrote and lived. There is even an outline on the wall for one of his books! We are hoping nobody gets any big ideas about that, but I guess if they win a Pulitzer we will let it go. The other neat thing was the Oxford to Charlottesville ...
... Bill had a couple of huge moments and has lost a bit of confidence on the loose. It has made no difference to me because I had no confidence to start with so it can't get any worse.
Fortunately there was no water today as it was a little warm. Surely God invented motorcycles for roads and boats for water. Boats are rubbish on roads and me and my motorcycle are rubbish on water. Seems fair enough.
... who has a bum triple the size of mine! and your perched with half your bum cheek on the edge of the seat, AND trying to sleep at the same time!)
Linden was there ready to show me around the farm some more, and to show me what to do in the afternoon, after the crazy heat in the middle of the day! Mind you I still thought the heat at 5pm was still pretty crazy!
We went to feed the dogs! now this was my favourite part of the day! the dogs are sooo lovely! ...
... walking distance of the historic town square with numerous restaurants, bars, and shops.
Once checked-in, we faced a rare luxury: a bunch of spare time. So we gathered up our growing pile of ripe clothes and rode to a small strip mall about a quarter mile east. We found a few open washers at the laundromat and after the machines were loaded, I meandered a few doors down to a barber shop. The place was packed so I took a seat and waited my turn. ...
Look at this beautiful town. The square has the county courthouse in the middle and shops running along the four streets surrounding the building. 3 bookstores on these 4 streets. You can tell this is a university town.
Our reason for stopping in Oxford was to visit Rowan Oak, home of William Faulkner. His home is close enough to walk to the square but feels like it is out in the countryside. Lovely, serene.