Magnum Hotel Union City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Magnum Hotel Union City
Travel Blogs from Union City
... tyre up. They charged me 75 cents to use the air pump! Repeat. THEY CHARGED ME 75 CENTS TO USE THE AIR PUMP! Last time I looked air was free. We had the coins, but that's not the point, they made me pay to pump up a tyre. Arseholes.
Anyways, I introduced Sammie to the high class joys of Taco Bell and Walmart before we settled into our very comfy little hotel to do some laundry and get some sleep, only to dream about bloody air pumps all ...
... the other side of the road. Seriously? We hoped it was just a coincidence, but realized it wasn’t. I’ll just leave it at that. The laundromat was housed in a storefront attached to a house and when we walked in, it looked like we were entering someone’s basement. The owners proved friendly and helpful so even though most of the machines were out of order, the place was endearing and we were happy to give them our money. They also had a huge ...
... things to do in this little out-of-the-way community. One is the Discovery Park of America, just a couple of miles from the main highway through Union City. The other one which we would have loved to visit is Reelfoot State Park. Since we were limited in time and opportunity, we put it on our "to see" bucket list for next time.
And the Mississippi ? Of course !
NOW, " WELCOME . . . . to Mark Twain's City of Hickman, KY
. . . . Kentucky-county seat for Fulton County. The City of Hickman was established in 1834. Hickman, KY is located in the most western part of Kentucky on the Mississippi River. The Hickman, KY-Dorena, MO Ferry is the last remaining ferry ...
... Makes our shutting down of the Coal Generating Plants seem a little less important in the scheme of things.
Lots of little adventures today most I will not share but the last section of the River Road I did today took me right out into the country. The road was full of curves and hills and the first real curve I took was completely unexpected so emergency brakes while leaning far over into the curve got me safely around. I slowed down a little after that. ...