Comfort Inn Nashville/White Bridge
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... To be honest we won't be able to as she's going to play the harmonica and song and I'll be playing the clarinet and singing...and we can't do gigs as she's moving back to New Zealand. I really don't know if we have a future to be honest, annoying as we would make a great band. The rest of the night was spent on Broadway, pretending to be from Alabama a lot of the night. It's really funny because people actually believe us. We were sitting on the roof at Tootsies and ...
6 am start to the day, key shower and tea in a kitchen was name of the game. Packed up the tents for the day and on the road by 8am. Random trip to graveyard was a surprise detour after 20 mins on the road. The visit was to see the the founder of KFC. Mr Col Sanders himself, we all laid rose and paid our respects to the man. Few hour drive down the road we arrive at the Markers Mark distillery for bourbon. Tour of the grounds and how it ...
... or not Clingman's Dome is NOT to be missed. Scraping the Southeastern Tennessee sky, he is the mighty top of the state coming in at just over 6 thousand feet above sea level. CAN I BREATH!! After we emerged out of the mountains we stumbled upon a town with the craziest stretch of motels, hotels and family entertainment. It was quite an experience and nothing that we could of never planned.
... Justin took the boys for a bathroom break while Joanne hung out at the counter waiting for someone to take her money for the caramel corn.
Heading to our seats we were greeted by a very friendly older gentleman host that was showing us where to sit. When he found out that we were from Kansas City he started telling us a story about how he was almost deployed to the Korean War but was first sent to Kansas City. It had seemed that just the ...
... was a very picturesque one, we went over the Tennessee mountains and whilst not as vivid as up north the colour of the autumn leaves were really pretty. We even went through Chattanooga, that is a real hillbilly town, I was sure we were in deliverance country as most of the townies looked liked inbreds it was certainly an eye opener. Almost did a bypass of Nashville Alan the navigator put in the wrong address and we were on our way to Tennessee Illinois ...mmm men and directions. ...