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Sunday was a driving day as we migrated north and west to Nashville. We enjoyed catching up with brother Fred and sister in law Sharon as the respective wandering Sandows met up as planned in this campground. Sharon regaled us with a feast as we swapped stories from the road.
Monday was our day to explore Nashville together. Fred and …
I've seen many odd things in my time, but of all the things I did NOT expect to see in Nashville, TN, a full scale replica of the Parthenon would be fairly high on my list. Don't get me wrong- I love the Parthenon- I mean, it's the Parthenon!- but somehow, it just seemed incongruous in the middle of a park in Nashville. In the end, the whole setting and scene seemed strangely serene in the end... so who knows, maybe it works. But there you go-- the Parthenon. Just, in ...
... felt hugely sick so insisted we went back to the hotel where I passed out pretty much straight away - oops! Sorry Wenham! In my defence, bar people don't seem to do measures here and I think I was drinking like quadruple Jack and cokes! Silly girl.
Really loved Nashville though, wish I could've stayed out to watch more music. The place was buzzing and I'd definitely come back for longer.
I think Country Music Museum & Hall of Fame today and then onto Memphis for 2 days ...
... Another obvious difference we saw was the change in ethnic diversity. Instead of the large population of Asian Americans in Cupertino, there was an overwhelming amount of whites, with a few blacks as well. This was a refreshing change, and it reminded us that the whole world does not mimic the ways of the Bay Area. So far, this trip has truly been the beginning of an adventure, and we're excited to see what's next.
Anna Kathryn, Danna, Michael, Neil
... city so that seemed like a good thing to do - touring on an air conditioned bus while it was so hot outside. The first 30 minutes we were on a bus with no air and drove around dropping people off at different places. Then they took us off the bus with no air and put us on a bus with minimal air. And we continued. We stopped at Sun Records where Elvis first recorded his music, saw most of the downtown, ...
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