Red Carpet Inn Bristol
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- Pets allowed
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... been trying to get pictures of each state sign as we come into the state and stop at welcome center for pictures. Nora is on a mission so as you can see by picture below you will have to take my word that sign is welcoming bus to Virginia for our first new state and we missed the exit to the welcome center. Must pay attention to the fall colors we are hitting the Appalachian area and the hills and ...
... to offer shuttle rides to stores and trailheads. Both types of hostels usually work on donations. I have been giving $10/night but not too sure what others give. I get the feeling many young people don't give any because there are many signs trying to guilt trip guests into giving any token amount. If anything, you would think these weight obsessed hikers would want to ditch their heavy change! Unlike normal hostels where you go to party and meet people, ...
... coming clash of titans. We found the local farmers market, had a nice conversation with two young ladies associated with the SNAP-Ed program -- who encouraged us to take on the SNAP Challenge with the help of double value bonus bucks. And yes, I did explain that I had some former association with SNAP. But no, we did not take up the challenge. (For those of you not familiar with the challenge, it requires one to eat for a week ...
Good day, Bad day. The bad first. Headed out from Memphis in the morning with AC on and all of a sudden there was a antifreeze mist coming out of the vents. This is particularly unsettling, as I had the whole heater core replaced less than a year ago. So stopped at a auto parts store, got some radiator leak stop and eventually it solve the problem. But, I few miles from our final destination today in northern Tennessee, the problem came ...
... and let him take one at the “heart of the cave” formation.
When he mentioned the age of the cave, it was with a rather elegant dodging of the question. He told us that one formation was about 75,00 years old “If you accept that geologic timeline.” I got the impression that he himself does, but that he frequently runs into paying customers who do not. Given his range of clientele, I thought that was rather deftly handled.