Rodeway Inn Charlotte \\ Downtown
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... 2016 Corvette Stingray, big Chevy's and unusual Toyota's. We got free t-shirts (Chevy ones) a Toyota racing bag, snacks and koozes. We checked out all the merchandise on sale, got a autograph of one of the drivers and watch an interview with another driver. My drooled over some of the large trucks used to transport the cars and spend a good few hours in the rain.
Racing was due to start ...
... The Saturn 5 rocket is the one that sent man to the moon and the most powerful flying machine ever built, an amazing machine.
After a quick stop for a snack it was back to Nashville for our last night in music city. Nashville is awesome. May have to put it on the list to visit again soon.
Thursday saw us up early to drive across Tennessee, into North Carolina (the final stop in our Road ...
... back in bright green hues. Sodden ground had caused a big tree to be uprooted on Broad Street not far away, but we were OK.
I hope that by now, most of you have arrived home safely from your Feast travels, and if not, that you will all be back by Sabbath! It was a wonderful Feast for our family, and I hope you enjoyed reading of our experiences and seeing some of the ...
... a great atmosphere. I mean, everywhere in Charlotte is cute and trendy it's so hard to decide where to go. Cabo didn't disappoint in the food category though. Got an ahi tuna wrap the size of a small baby and felt like a winner when I was done. We went to a bar to top off the night and had some good conversations with friends.
Saturday we were up bright and early-just kidding, Sterling let me sleep in. Went out to Owen's bagels to grab breakfast ...
So today was a day that Bec said I could plan and run however I wanted seeing that we were in Nascar Country. So first port of call was the Charlotte Motor Speedway. Whilst it is a massive place that dwarfs the country side around it, we didn't stay here too long. The next facility tour wasn't for about 30 minutes, and with so much stuff to do in Concord that is Nascar related, I thought we could visit a few of the race shops. First on the agenda was Hendrick ...