Hilltop Garden Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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9:30 - on the road. Quality Inn, Richmond, KY very nice place to stay. Didn't sleep well at all last night - damn. Sunny day but there was frost in the windshield - 33F. Berea, Marathon Gas. 186.9/gal.!!!! 11:00 - Tennessee - only 37F and windy. But the "hills of Tennessee" are beautiful. It will be prettier in April when things will be greening up. ...
We left Miller Lane in the dark in a temperature of about 8 degrees. Little did we know we would see 25+ before the end of the day. This was one of the more pleasant trips through Cincinnati. We stopped for fuel before we got downtown and anticipated an easy Saturday drive instead of rush hour. However, the construction was still incomplete and it was tight towing a trailer on the narrowed lanes.
Kentucky and Tennessee are ...
We left Ballston Spa on Monday the 8th with a great deal of sadness. After being there for a month we all had a comfortable routine that was difficult to give up. We miss Avery knocking on the door with"it's me Avery", Christopher and his wonderful sense of humor looking very sharp in his football uniform and Emma always stylish rushing off to diving practice. We stopped in VA at the Endless Caverns campground and took the tour of ...
... part of the community and help people make it back into society and to feed us with food and truth.
From church we went to Kevin's house to visit with Tara (Kevin's wife), Tegan (5) and Kole (2). I was surprised to notice "Georgia" on Kevin's license plate and he explained that although he says he lives in Chattanooga, home is actually Ringgold, GA. It's amazing how easy it is to go from Tennessee to Georgia to Alabama in that area. We had a great ...
... a "plantation" that was nearby. So we drove a few miles to the Jarrell Plantation. He was expecting to see a big old house and possibly some slave quarters. We decided the price of admission was too high so Alex spoke with the park ranger and was given some information about plantations in the area that fit what Alex was interested in. We left there and stopped at a few thrift stores on the way ...