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So, Shawn and I are on a two week tour of the eastern U.S.! Nashville rocks!!! Michigan was cold, and Rome is just right! 71 degrees on Thanksgiving!?! Schweet!!! Dinner was great. The town is quaint and small, but big enough to afford you a small city life. Do not stay in the Days Inn downtown! While the service is great, the hotel wreaks! It's …
... where we spent the afternoon exploring the exhibits. We talked to a volunteer who had worked in the National Laboratory there for 30 years. He introduced us to the exhibition and enjoyed explaining the technology of nuclear fission. He also told us about a three-hour tour that takes you to all of the buildings of the complex. However, after 9/11, the tour is no longer open to non-Americans.
We have ...
There's a great deal pressure right now to generally be slim! To be sure with slim, but you must be healthy too and being too thin isn't healthy. People don't realise, specially the girls, you will want to be considered a healthy weight a body and bones. If you don't eat an ample amount of the precise foods, your system doesn't take advantage of the nutrition it needs. If this sounds the case afterward you commence to experience all kinds of ...
... Atlanta is a 7/8 lane motorway, which has lanes joining and leaving from both sides. When you're Satnav says stay right, what it actually means is stay in the middle. At most junctions the left or right lane ends and starts again after the junction. Interesting journey through Atlanta and I got some toots along the way. I felt like saying, "can't you see I'm from Mississippi!!!"
Arrived at the the hotel about 4.30.... Phew and thank goodness that journey is over..
... and very quiet.
Speed limits a bit confusing, my Satnav said 70mph and everyone seems to be doing that, but the signs said 55mph.
As usual all the signs had minimum speed limits too.
Got to Fort Payne and it was shut!!! Followed some Trail of Tears signs to a Cherokee Chief's home, called the Andrew Ross house. The house is now privately owned, although photographs of the outside are encouraged.
There is more to this story, as I may get to ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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