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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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Travel Blogs from Martin
... flooded from the river, and a lake was formed - the only natural lake in Tennessee. However, Native Indian's do tell a different version, by which, due to some soap opera type fracas involving love, marriage and unhappy inlaws, an angry spirit stamped his foot next to the river, causing it to flood. Hence, Reelfoot Lake. Because it was a Reel Foot. Now, I've seen it from the ...
... today even though we hit the interstate to move us along. Every time I use the interstate I am amazed at what a fantastic road system it is. Talk about moving traffic quickly and efficiently. It is fantastic. Late this afternoon, it has turned cold and windy. Not. Problem for riding - not with heated sets and grips but hey, why push yourself when there is no need to. We pull into a place called Whitestown. Hmmm, rather politically incorrect we ...
... After a full day's ride in the back country, we pull in at Clinton for petrol and check the wether for what is ahead. The sky looks threatening and although the weather report says we shall be fine for a few more hours, as we head out it starts to rain and thunder. Nope, seriously no fun especially if there is lightning. So we turn around and find ourselves a hotel. Aah, early in for once - time to clean and polish the trusty ...
... ploughed through like an expensive white car with satellite radio, so we were OK. After jetting around everywhere, it was good to stretch our legs at our own pace.
We kept going and re entered Tennessee, ending our day at Union City. Just before we got there, the car gave me a warning that one of the tyres was getting low in pressure, pretty nifty, but disconcerting. Being the conscientious driver that I am, I pulled over at a servo to ...
... milk through long clear hoses into a large stainless steel vat and picked up by the delivery milk truck. And finally, a cup of sealant is popped over each tit to seal it from infections; the cows are returned to the field and the next set of 8 are led in for milking. I have to say that the fresh, cold, raw milk that we drank during our visit was the most mellow wonderful milk ever. And the fresh home made cheese was also delectable.