Super 8 Norton
Travel Blogs from Norton
... The redbud has been beautiful - it certainly would be great if mine bloomed this year! But there are also daffodils, magnolia, crab apple and other things blooming. The new leaves are coming out. With the rolling countryside everything is gorgeous. Off toward Chattanooga today. A bit of a frosty start this morning but it promises to get ...
... s a very nice park but made especially for RVs' not tents. I wish we could have got a break, but not. Tomorrow we are NOT going to be in such a hurry to get away. There,s a Natural Tunnel here that trains go thru and we are going to take the cable car down and see if we can get a pic of one doing just that so Darwin can be ticked. Linda is looking at the maps and plotting our new course ...
... got some rather stunned looks from home owners sitting on their front porches at lunch time as a motorhome navigated the school car park and laneway out of the school.
The town is relatively small compared to locations we have visited. Despite this it has an amazing road system connecting it to the major highways and large hotels such as the Marriot and ...
... the motorhome. So lovely to pull up at clean amenities and make lunch ourselves, just off the motorway.
The trees are changing colour now but it will probably be in a few more weeks of cooler weather before the real change of autumn colour. Instead we will be like the ‘snow birds’ (retirees heading to warmer climates in the US) and continue making our way south to Florida over the next ...
... 1:00 and was pretty exciting. There were a few crashes and lots of passing for the lead. It ended around 4:30 and Kasey Kane won. Then it was back on the shuttle to return to the parking lot and wait for traffic to move. It took over an hour for our lot to start moving. We finally got back to Bristol around 7 and went out for dinner to Olive Garden.
What a day!!
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Pets allowed