Tennessee Fitness Spa
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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.
... though not all) believe the gunshot wounds that led to his death were self-inflicted. (In fact, when I was checking into the campground tonight the owner made a passionate defense of the 'he was murdered' theory.) An early and tragic end for a heroic man. The memorial at his gravesite is a broken column, symbolizing a life that ended too soon.
The monument and peripheral exhibits for Lewis were ...
Our original plan was to go to Savannah, Tennessee, but we were skittish about the distance and the accommodations that were available. By staying just three miles off of our route in Clifton tonight we figured tomorrow we can make it to Pickwick Dam State Park where there we will have good lodging according to what we saw on the Internet. We left early and headed into town for breakfast at Granny's and met yet another transplant, this lady moved ...
... 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 ...