Americas Best Value Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... looks like for them, but there were a good number there that morning - they had to keep adding chairs. Friendly congregation with a mug and a brochure for each of there visitors. The rest of the day we napped, read, and tried to map out the other sites in the area.
Monday started off slow as we discovered that two of the places we wanted to visit were closed that day - one would be open on Tuesday, the other not until Thursday (after we had moved ...
With the rain out of the area, we had a great day of exploring and hiking. A morning visit to Shrum Mound, which can be seen roadside at Campbell Park. Built at least 2000 years ago by the Adena Culture. Nicely preserved by the Historical society - looks like they just recently cleared all of the trees that were growing out of the mound. Two paths lead to the top but Robin and I couldn't bring ourselves to walk up there - seeming ...
So we departed from Holt at 4ish in the a.m. (Pearson got the prize for waking up last - 3:50, rolled out of bed and landed in the front seat without ever really waking up.) All was quiet till we reached our first destination - breakfast at the Waffle House. Nothing like some "smothered and covered" to get us ready for the ...
We had a great dinner last night with Tom, Gractia and the two kids in Dayton Ohio. They advised us to stop at jungle Jims on our way out, which is not your typical grocery store/ international market/ butcher/ fish market/ liquor store/ cigar shop/ etc... This place was huge! After spending a bit doing some shopping around the world we are off to the Great Smokey Mountain national park to do a little hiking. Tennessee here we ...
... come out and help me build a snowman. There was an old church and cemetery across the street from the hotel so Belinda and I one day walked over there and walked around the cemetery. Those of you that know me well know that I like history and I love to walk through old cemeteries. Some of those tombstones are from the Civil War era. This church ...