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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Smoking rooms available
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... said that if we wanted to see the fiddler play faster that they wanted tips, some fella tipped up with a $ 20 bill and put it in the bucket. The fiddler was good but I reckon the fella just fancied her and thought he had a chance.
Outside the venue for the CMA's were some christian fanatics who were shouting on mega phones about something or other, they had big banners with stuff written on them. One of them was saying that fornicators will burn in hell fire, bit of a ...
... a gem and 2 stars. Final stop was happy hour and some local entertainment.
Today, back to Nashville and the Tennessee State Museum. This was a free museum and was worth a lot more than free, The displays went on for three floors and included a mummy, rare documents and a fantastic Civil War exhibit. At 3pm we had to be north of the city, for the Fontanel Mansion Tour. This log cabin, claiming the be the largest in the US at 27,000 sg feet, ...
... main street, a mini New Orleans or Memphis.....another adult playground. Did a pub crawl and saw many street performers and in the pubs. Here it's more country and they don't get paid. They get nothing except for any tips they get. They have so much talent it's a shame that they all won't make it to the big time.
... absolutely adored her city and couldn't wait to explore some more.
I flew Southwest Airlines this time. Had absolutely no troubles with my flight, which I just can't be thankful enough for. We were slightly delayed going from Houston to Austin but nothing that was too drastic.
I arrived in Austin around 7:30. Cousin picked me up; couldn't ...
... New York Times Bestseller" book Widow of the South. This true Civil War account/fiction is based on Confederate relief which takes place on a family plantation/mansion in Franklin, TN; it happens to be near where we are parked. The Battle of Franklin Trust maintains the historic Carnton Mansion, as well as the largest privately-owned Confederate Cemetery on its grounds. Last evening, Aug 11, we learned the Trust ...