Fairfield Inn & Suites Cookeville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- Swimming pool
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... After the excellent mechanics at Camping World repaired Chris’ hitch, we returned to Tom Sawyer where Chris was able to successfully hitch up and we headed out three hours behind schedule.
Someone forgot to tell the highway department of Tennessee that I-40 was supposed to be a torture test for the vehicles using it. The drive was an absolute pleasure, with smooth pavement. I ended up detouring south around Nashville on I-840 to avoid ...
... Nashville today, but with two places along I-40 that had major road work going on (we probably lost around 10 minutes each) and then a major accident that closed the interstate and we sat for about 50 minutes, we couldn’t go any further.
Why does this sound ...
... to stop and see. Our old neighbors and good friends Bob and Susie moved to a mountaintop near Crawford, TN two years ago, and we finally got to see their new "house on the hill". Susie met us in Monterey and led us up the mountain on curvy back roads. They had an ice storm this winter and there is still a lot of debris and broken trees.
Finally we got ...
Interstate travel is the surface equivalent of traveling airline coach in the skies. Overcrowded, unpleasant and getting worse every year! We now understand why we are the only people we know who have made multiple trips across the country. Every one else seems to stop after one. And the reason dawned on us mid-morning after several hours of sharing the road with 18 wheelers. A trip like the one we are presently on ...
... the drivers quite aggressive in the urban areas......especially LA. We loved the availability of ethnic food as we love being adventurous in our eating habits.
As for living there....I would think it kind of oppressive. There are rules and laws about EVERYTHING, from where and how you can park, what kind of shopping bags you are allowed to have and that you must pay for them, to how big a soda you can have. It's difficult to keep up ...