Key West Inn Tuscumbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Took a shower, jumped off fellow travelers with a dead battery, and drove. Gas in Independence, MO. Saw a police chase that ended in a crash. Looked it up online later and saw pictures. Ate at Steak n Shake (terrible service made our stop an hour and a half) in Wentzville, MO. Got gas. Gas in Marston, MO. (See how we are never leaving Missouri?) Lucas complained about the gas mileage. He says he got better in the mountains rather than fighting ...
After church with Al Green, Tim and I took a mini road trip to the Muscle Shoals area along the Tennessee River in Alabama. Along the way we passed a sign for "Coon Dog Cemetery", at which point we turned around. 10 miles down a windy country road, also a "Birding Trail" (I thought it was a bridling trail), we came upon the only Coon Hound Cemetery in the world. This is no joke...only coon hounds are ...
... pharmacists are referred to as chemists, and vacations are holidays (no matter whether it’s on a holiday or not). Since we left almost a month ago, we have travelled ~28,500 miles (46,000 km), spent ~50 hrs in airports, stayed in 15 cities and travelled through countless others, flew 14 times, made 10 new close friends, had 6 amazing days of hiking, took 4 ferries, hired 3 cars in 2 countries and rode in 2 cable cars, 1 subway, a ...
We just made the 2.5 hr trek from Mynot, AL to Memphis International Airport. We depart here at 4:05p, hit Dallas at 5:45p for some supper, then head out at 9:15p across the ocean for 17hrs until we crash land in Sydney, Australia at 6:05a Tuesday morning.
We've got the first two days to do whatever and see the city of Sydney before starting our fun filled hiking, scuba diving, white water rafting, zip lining adventure. We have brought with ...
... through these studios.
The evening event was held at Ron and Helen Hasting's house. We went early, so we could tour the Wichahpi Commemorative Stone Wall. Tom Hendrix has been working over 30 years to build a wall to honor Te-lah-nay's journey. She was his great-great-grandmother and a Yuchi Indian, who was part of the American Indian removal to Oklahoma ...