Hampton Inn Clarksville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Clarksville
... spoiling yourself silly in America, well, maybe it's time to give up and go back to church. The men's department was on the first floor; Deanne took the elevator to the ladies department on the 2nd floor. I kept telling them, "But I am a lady!" It made no difference. I was soon disrobing in my own personnel locker cubicle circa 1930. Becoming naked actually aids and abets the experience on many levels, least of which, the last vestiges ...
... the plains of Kansas, Nebraska, and even eastern Colorado, we try not to complain about the trees & rolling hills of eastern Oklahoma & Arkansas, but it's still not terribly exciting. No activities for today, just drove from 1 hotel to the next. We are getting closer to home and starting to think about what needs to be ...
... So steaks and veggies on the grill. The second night we hit the "restaurant," which had some charm, but the food was so-so. We got hit with a decent thunderstorm, but we just moved into the vestibule of the tent and kept reading. Overall, it was a relaxing place and would certainly be worth a float down the river. Trip Summary 822 miles driven 16:24 in the car 5 miles on the trail 4 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 Parkway 1 National ...
... the town of Tupelo, MS. They have preserved about an acre of the battlefield, which has a couple of monuments and 2 lonely gravesites. In the picture, you can see the Papa Johns across the street. There is a neighborhood behind the site. Brices Cross Roads is a little further outside the town of Tupelo. Again, it's not much more than a couple of monuments, but we did get to see a bit more of rural Mississippi on the way. Anytime we drive ...
... Meeting -Cheer -And we're off. Today I rode with Kim, Alycia, Lauren and Katie. We were the first group to leave. Groups passed us pretty quickly. We followed their chalkings. They made a wrong turn and we followed. About 20 of us went five miles the wrong way, which wouldn't typically be a big deal, but when the mileage is over 100 for the day, you really don't want to do more than you have to. BUT it was okay because we got to see the sunrise on the ...