Econo Lodge & Suites Clarksville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
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Stayed at Terry Lane's overnight. WHAT A HOUSE!! Just amazing! Nice old house with the highest ceilings I have ever seen and history of its own. Chatting with Terry was like seeing an old friend again even tho I barely knew her before I met her. ...
... facility where the candidates for this unit undergo selection training. This may not sound all that exciting, except for the fact that they are housed in old ammunition bunkers in what used to be an old Cold War nuclear weapons storage area. There were lots of remnants of this period, complete with concrete "pill boxes" that used to be where the sentries used to be stationed.
A very unique day for both Marion and I
... two Pastors in the house, there is only one thing to do on a Sunday and that is go to Church. That may not seem particularly exciting to most people, but for Marion and I it was fantastic. To see a fully blown Baptist Church in full swing is certainly a sight to see. Great music, a great sermon and lots of very friendly people. ...
... How late I hear you ask? Well we disembarked at 06:37 am and the connecting flight to Nashville, was departing at 07:00 and had actually started boarding before we landed. This meant a very rushed trip across the airport, between terminals. Thank goodness for the Sky Train that they have there, otherwise we wouldn't have made it. We scrambled our way onto the aircraft, strapped in and we were off again.
Problem was, that in ...
... food can get. On the way down we went around the town called Lebanon and on the way back went through it. I was looking out the window praying there was an Al Reef somewhere but my dreams were shattered when we saw nothing but McDonalds, Petrol Stations and corn fields. The next stop after Lebanon was Springfield which is famous for Abraham Lincoln being the Senator there. Also this Springfield is one of many in the states but this is supposedly ...