The Empty Nest Guest House
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- Minbar in room
- Outdoor pool
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... on that one! Then we wandered up to the homplace of William Faulkner! As Leah said, "it was well worth our time". We enjoyed seeing the place where he wrote and lived. There is even an outline on the wall for one of his books! We are hoping nobody gets any big ideas about that, but I guess if they win a Pulitzer we will let it go. The other neat thing was the Oxford to Charlottesville ...
... like a very long week, Linden and I headed back to nashville! I was so excited to get back! and Linden had invited me to come and stay with her family for a few days before they went on their family holiday (or vacation, as the americans say)! so I took her up on her offer, and sooo glad that I did!
So back to Nashville AGAIN! and sooo excited! that place just wont let me leave, and as Linden says, I have the Nashville desease! .................
... a dive (it's called rustic), service is inattentive, dinnerware is just one step above Wendy's, and the food is mediocre at best. How that equates to "the best catfish place in the world" is beyond me. And so I have to conclude this is an example of The Emperor's New Clothes. You know the tale... people were duped into thinking that if they didn't see the clothes of the Emperor as magnificent and spectacular that they were simply too stupid or unrefined. All ...
... so hopefully we can actually "do it all". And by "all", I mean doing at least one ghost tour, seeing the castle, taste different local ales, watch a rugby game in a pub and cheer alongside Scottish people, buy and proudly wear a kilt (You know you've always wanted to see me in a man-dress, admit it), go to St. Andrews golf course where golf was invented, maybe go to Glasgow and do what one would do when in Glasgow, see a few cathedrals, ...
... but you have to admire what he did....... Long live the King. Also went to SUN Studios where Elvis made his first recording, it was also the studio where Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and many more famous artists launched there career. I used the original Microphone and stood on the spot where Elvis recorded his first song....... Thank you, thank you very much !!..... Oh and finally.... and seriously this was because we had a few ...