Tennessee Fitness Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... The McDonald's in Savannah, Tennessee was our stopping point for me to blog and Bud to nap. Pizza from Dominoes was a quick dinner for this day on the road and we finally stopped in Lawrenceburg in the empty parking lot of a Walmart. Up to this point it had been an unremarkable day. Where we parked, there was not a single car around. There were a few tractor trailers parked for the night a ways across ...
... mow, it's either hire someone, blacktop it, or screw it.
We took the Natchez Trace Parkway which is a Federal historic, wooptee do trail for some reason, but it was amazing, and are now at a huge preserve with lake, no one here. Pretty cool, because you never know what you're going to find in some of these out-of-the-way places, so this was JACKPOT as opposed to our occassional GETTO.
I said goodbye to my sister and brother-in-law after breakfast this morning. But oh! what a breakfast! We ate at the Loveless Café, which is at the northern terminus of the Natchez Trace (more on the Trace in a sec). The Loveless is pretty famous in the Nashville area – enough so that wait times for breakfast are often measured in hours on weekends. We left Bowling Green bright and early in order to get down there at ...
... the bike jackets that are supposedly breathable AND water-resistant, how can that be? Well, it sure fooled us! We have changed out our layering every which way but to no avail!. We are growing weary of the bad weather and hope we can get to warmer days soon. The Bear Inn is a self-proclaimed, "finest second-class hotel in the world." (who are they kidding, this is a motel!). We had dinner in the restaurant upstairs which serves salad, perfect ...
... our sweat-drenched clothes and took our jackets and sweaters to the conveniently located laundromat next door. After dinner we went to retrieve our now dry and cozy warm clothes from the dryer and met Lori and Bruce, a couple that had moved from the St. Louis area in Illinois. They were in the process of gutting and restoring an older house just five miles south of Parsons. We voiced our concerns about riding to Savannah the next day, and they had suggested the Bear Inn in ...