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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
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... people walking with bags on their heads. One guy pushing a wheelbarrow with a radio hooked to an old speaker. Barber shops with paintings of American artists like Rhianna, Jay Z. Sugar cane & bagged water salesmen. Lots to take in. Lots of signs in Haitian Creole that has just enough French to it that I could decipher what most of it said! Schools everywhere! Coca Cola signs, bottles, & sales everywhere. Tampico was another familiar sign. ...
... 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, ...
... Skull” was murdered there in 1998 and it was left empty for years, but it is currently being renovated and will open again later this year. Hugely successful country music stars started out by performing at Skull’s before they were discovered, and Bill told us that Skull lent money to an unknown Tim McGraw so that he could stay in Nashville, when he was on the verge of giving up on his music career! Paul McCartney also frequented The Rainbow Room when he lived ...
... so announcer Eddie Stubbs was also performing. What a difference this venue presented. You are allowed to eat and drink during the performance. The seats are not individual but long benches. There are high definition screens of varying sizes throughout the auditorium capturing the performers from different angles.
We shuttled home to enjoy a glass of wine in the nearly empty Conservatory Bar before returning to our room for the ...
... world. There are numerous in Ireland. As you can
see, the Emerald Mound is a good size.
Next stop was Locust House which was sort of a pioneer
house, I suppose you could call it. A family had settled near the Trace and it
went from what they called a "stand" or an informal inn to a more proper inn
(although they said guests slept on the porches). Traders would stay on their
way back up (north) on the Trace since going up the Mississippi ...