Baymont Inn & Suites Bristol
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... so pretty to see. Highway 81 has been nice, lots of places to stop for gas and to stretch my legs. I stopped late this afternoon for the day in a town called Kingsport Tn. It is just 12 miles south of Bristol VA/TN. About 4 hours to go to get to Nashville. ...
... Quick stop for breakfast sandwiches at the local Amish convenience store then on our way. Arrived at the back of 2 , just the most perfect pitch we have ever had set at the end of a small peninsula with its own terraced areas for tent , cooking , fire pit and seating .No neighbours and 220 degrees view of the lake. Fabby dinner ...
... hikers had been talking about it all the time, but no one knew exactly what it was, so I looked it up and it seemed to describe the exact symptoms I was having - but the doctor said it was just tendonitis and that if I rested as much as possible during Trail Days and took Ibuprofen, I should be fine. Jersey Girl finally woke up and we headed to the library for some Internet time and then checked out the extensive vendor area. I met the people behind many of my ...
... the feat any time soon, although I think my miles will naturally continue to creep upward, especially on the less volatile Virginia trail,which I'll be on for the next 500 miles. Day 40: 12.7 miles. Mountain Harbour B&B and Hiker Hostel to Vango/Abby Memorial Hostel Day 41: 12 miles. Vango/Abby Memorial Hostel to Black Bear Resort Day 42: 24.5 miles. Black Bear Resort to Iron Mountain Shelter Day 43: 27.2 miles. Iron Mountain Shelter to Damascus, VA Days 44 and 45: Double zero in ...
... us down. But finally, I made it out of the state, down the mountain and to the hostel. I was then told that the hostel was completely booked. That was a blow, as my choices then became getting a room in the only other accommodations in town, a B&B, for more money than I wanted to spend, or moving on down the trail and probably being out in the rain. But then my favorite Canadian hiker (and only Canadian hiker I've met) Zorco came waking into the hostel. I told him it was ...