Tennessee Fitness Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Forgot to include a picture of the Adventure Fossils in he Ozarks. Here you go.
Took I-40 freeway for a short while and got off on RT 64, the back roads of Tennessee after passing over the Mississippi river. Check out the Mud Island Pyramid, which is an ampitheatre, museum, historic waterfront - has a replica of a Mississippi steamboat and a lot of information that noon of us ...
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 ...
... of the locals, but tips we were told went to the locals! But Troy he was the Master of the grill! The two owners, Paul and his son Troy were originally from Lake Tahoe and decided to escape to Clifton, Tennessee. Paul's claim for the change was he was tired of shoveling all that dang snow and tired of the hustle and bustle. They bought this dilapidated fourteen-room motel as a foreclosure. They had to gut and re-build all of the rooms in entirety, ...
... this 'boutique' hotel. Oh we did finally spot the Parsons Inn but it didn't look anything like the photo provided online. In fact it was so small it could only be considered boutique if you were a roach or a mouse. We decided to grab a bite to eat while still downtown as we had plenty of time to back-track to the only other motel in town we opted to pass on the way into town (as they had not claimed to be a boutique hotel!). During our wait for dinner we were feeling the ...
Thousand Trails – Natchez Trace (Hohenwald, TN)
Leaving Memphis behind, we headed east on I-40 through Jackson before turning south on SH 412. This took us through Lexington where we stopped for fuel, groceries, and the one item that never comes off the shopping list – ICE! Out of Lexington, the road was smooth and the scenery extremely pleasant. There were many beautiful properties and homes along the route. We crossed ...