Travel Blogs from Athens
... and as a non-profit organization. It's laundry day, so right now I'm packing up for bed and getting stuff ready for tomorrow while I wait for laundry to be all finished. I think that's all to report for now. Sorry if this post is pretty scattered, I'm very tired and I doubt I know what I'm talking about. xxA Quote of the day: As we ride by blooming, gorgeous smelling flowers, Ali: "The flowers smell so pretty!" Kim: "I AM HOT." It was probably close to 90 degrees with ...
Today's 76-mile ride was relatively uneventful mostly because 70 of it was on the same highway. However, Carlee, Hannah, and I broke up the ride with some nice long talks about politics, favorite things, and some other zesty topics. Later, Alicia joined us and we stopped at Prichard's distillery to learn about how they make rum in Tennessee. The woman was really nice and gave us a tour of the ...
... terms, this was the location of the only Confederate spy capture and hanging in the Civil War. Sam Davis was caught by the Union and hung as a spy. Interestingly, there is a statue celebrating the great Sam Davis!!!
Sought out the visitor centre and it no longer exists as they don't get many tourists..
Pulaski is named after a war of independence hero of Polish descent and it is the birthplace of the KKK. In 1865 six Pulaski men started the organisation in ...
... Tennessee, just north of the state line. It was started 100 years ago as a railroad town. There is also an Ardmore, Alabama on the south end of town.
One of the town's biggest events is the Armore Car Show. Every August, people bring their fancy antique cars to the park in Ardmore. There are prizes for the best cars, and people enjoy looking at ...
... into the early morning along the Mosel river, a ferry trip (for virgins) to remember and of course the topper - a fairy tale castle and a buck naked German man of 70.
Off to the Huntsville airport via a wonderful and trusted friend we began our adventure just after 1:00 pm. It was about 70 degrees F which translates into about 17 degrees C, to an arrival of about 0 degrees C. All you science people can do the math. And why? Because you’ll enjoy this blog and ...
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed