The Timothy Demonbreun House
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... shots later we were ready to hit the town hard. We strolled/stumbled out and made our way onto the streets, excited for the nights ahead. Our first stop was a live band bar (as were the next million stops) and beers were expensive as ****. We soon figured we'd be doing a lot more pre drinking than planned :) The night was good fun. Heidi met a boy, Amy wouldn't budge, and myself Callum and Colleen just partied the night away. We ...
Day Ten, April 21, 2015
A travel day – we got up about 6:30 but for some reason it takes us a while to get it together. I guess because we don't have to hurry we don’t. We had our coffee and breakfast, then got dressed and started breaking camp. I walked over to talk with Cheryl to thank her for including us in their dinner plans last night. We said our ...
... mostly sunny as well, which was a blessing as it was forecast to rain all day.
After the nature center, we headed to down town Knoxville for lunch. We looked at yelp and found a nice place right in the heart of downtown which was really cool as it was the area to be to eat. Lots of places to eat with outside dining. We found a nice place called Tupelo Honey Cafe. We shared a Farm Fresh Burger and Goat Cheese plate. It was really ...
... beef brisket, washed down with peach iced tea. A real southern taste thrill.
We followed up with a bit of shopping at a local shopping mall where we found a few bargains and then returned back to relax and watch TV and head off to bed.
Ozzi has been the best little traveler throughout and is currently snoozing on the end of the bed a I ...
After yesterday's disastrous drive, and subsequent incredible music evening, we found ourselves enjoying the luxury of a long lie in. After a very late entry into breakfast and consuming the morning's dregs, we headed back down the hill to the main tourist attraction in Nashville, the Country Music Hall of Fame. Home to an incredible array of memorabilia, footage and photographs, it was a thorough walk through the history of the genre. Spread over three floors, there was an immense ...