How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Martin
Travel Blogs from Martin
... 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.
... from the urban charms of the Washington state Puget Sound to the wide open spaces of a Kentucky dairy and produce farm. To see our dear friend comfortably transplanted and settled with all of her newly acquired extended family was a delight – like an oasis in a desert in the midst of long traveling sessions en route to our next destination of Raleigh, NC.
... Union City on Monday for installation of the transmission. While waiting for repairs to be completed, we were able to catch up on laundry, internet research, "housekeeping", shopping etc.
The RV place where we stayed was small but very clean and the owner was most helpful and accommodating.
There are a couple of ...
... once called Hickman, "The Most Beautiful Town On The Mississippi."
Hickman, Ky is the first establishment to greet us. The above quote is from a local promotional brochure. However, we Hicks were not impressed with our namesake town, despite the fact that our Hicks ancestors settled throughout Kentucky. Our first clue should have been
that we were the only ferry riders ...