Red Roof Inn Of Loudon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... We landed around 4 and had to shove through crowds to get to the bathroom. We had a little bit of time before our 6:00 flight so we decided to get some food. Of course, we expected to see the typical airport options: McDonald's, Chipotle, Starbucks, whatever. Nope. They had a ****** confusing off-brand food court where you order in one spot on an ipad, pick up your food from a cranky lady who's convinced the food she's trying to deliver isn't yours (YES THAT IS MY ...
Just over the border in Vermont, we passed through the quiet little village of Bennington. Specialty cafes, vintage shops, and beautiful churches should be on the brochure for this town. Huge trees shaded the sidewalks that were dotted with flower-filled urns. It personified a New England village.
We entered Green Mountain ...
... making this interesting adventure even more enjoyable. Without their friendship, and companionship, it would have been a lonely experience. Thank you Sarah, and Margaret especially! So to end this blog, here are the things I will miss as well as some of my favorite memories.
Top memories include the visits from each of our boys and being able to show them some of China. The Great Wall, even after 4 visits is simply spectacular! Of course, our good ...
... Pre Delivery Inspection) that they do for all the units they sell. It covers every aspect of the RV and we agreed. Plus we had already given them three pages of questions we want to go over with the TIFFIN RV tech, Billy, when we attend a "class" with him later next week. We left Kathleen's Honda there so that they can install the Air Force One braking system and the attachments for the Blue Ox tow system, which ...
... about Newport, New Hampshire and a few other towns I have seen there were many brick buildings with names located up near the roof level. There are some odd things about cities that I find fascinating. One such thing is when there are old advertisements on the sides of the brick buildings ...