Super 8 Columbia
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... minutes were settled into a nice open field without the questionable trailers surrounding us. From there we grilled out and enjoyed a nice relaxing evening after what ended up being a nine and a half hour trip versus 7ish. Morale of the story, Go With The Flow.... and do the Jack Daniels tour tomorrow. P.S. Not only did we see a rainbow but I found a penny heads up (at the first RV site) - I am a lucky girl and Mike is a luck boy to be with a lucky girl:) to be ...
It is the first day of travel so of course I am up at four in the morning. Let see how this blog thing might work. All dependent on my Wi-Fi access and how fast my thumbs can type (without typos) since I will be relying on only my phone or kindle. So if I fail in those things you will just have to wait until I get back ...
... was used as a field hospital over a six month period. A very informative tour, complete with blood stains on the floors. Did a quick sprint around the Confederate cemetery before the rain. Strange fact - during the war Tennessee was confederate while Nashville was Union or Federal as they call it here. It was a very worthwhile visit. On the way home, we called in again at Opry Mills and then a good Mexican meal on the way home. Refreshingly, a mom and pop operation, not a ...
... in that direction. The YWAM base there asked us to come for a year, which would mean getting a travel visa. The only available visa appointments at the French consulate in Atlanta were about 1 hour after the plane back from our honeymoon landed (which was July 21st). So needless to say, we were going to need a miracle just to get there on time. But, the plane landed 25 minutes early, the exact amount of time it takes to get from ...
... when I am passed by a semi! Every axle of wheels splashes me, but I am OK with that, I am thankful to have his mass in front of me like a big cow catcher in case there is something on the road, and also appreciate his tail lights to follow.
Now that the front is taken care of I worry about being rear ended. I can't see **** in my fancy aftermarket Arlen Ness mirrors on a sunny day, so forget about it now. I cycle my turn signals 3 flashes left, ...