Motel 6 Bristol
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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I feel like I’ve been whining for days about traffic, freeways, weather and the Blue Ridge Parkway, but actually I like it here. People are friendly, happy and helpful and drivers are for the most part very courteous - there’s just so many of them! … and really, it’s very special to be here. So many of the songs and tunes I know and the musicians I admire have their roots here, and I’m reminded ...
... through...monkey, squirrel, Tarzan. Rhododendron filled in the understory between the trees and on the edge of the forest. The verge was groomed, shady and Virginia Creeper scaled some of the trunks. The overlooks displayed green, lush valleys with no rock or dirt in sight. Distant mountains were faint blue lines blending into the sky. Streams snuck through the woods with rounded, old age boulders giving ...
... opened out into a field with FOAMhenge. Basically a sculptor had recreated the famous Stonehenge in the UK making it out of foam instead at this random place on the side of the road. Once we'd taken many photos and all had our moment in the limelight we continued on and finally got to our campsite. Everyone seemed to be in a bit of a daze after being in the van so long so we got ...
Our ride today took us into Virginia. We started in California and we have traveled through eight states in between. I have traveled in one less state than the group, and they have done many more miles, roughly 1200 more than me. Nevertheless, we are all just as tired at this point in the ride. Yes, we are on a mission to complete our cross country trip so at times we do not go into detail ......we Eat, Sleep and ...
... expressed interest in getting home quickly so we decided not to return to Natchez Trace Parkway. Instead we took highway 20E and 72E to Huntsville, 75N to Scotsboro and Chatanooga, 40E towards Ashville, TN and finally 81N towards Harrisburg.
We ran into a few rain showers before the day was out, but managed to get in an extra 50 km before calling it a day. When we pulled off at Bristol, VA and stopped to look up hotel rooms, I ...