Hyatt Place Nashville/Opryland
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... the I-40 at the south end of Knoxville. Once there we took the I-40 west toward Nashville. It was partly cloudy skies for most of the trip. The highway along the route has at least two lanes, and more in the urban areas. We noticed a change in the terrain in that there were still plenty of trees, but there was much more open areas and the terrain there was more rolling hills. Several areas of the highway were carved out of the hills and were lined with ...
... Hill City as we are just absolutely cream crackered from the heat and strong head / cross winds (for all you Americans and Canadians that's rhyming slang for knackered). 320 miles and I still have air in the tyre, going to try and have an early night and get up early if it's still up hit the road if it's flat fix ...
... ridiculous!!! The escalator we had ridden up and down and now down again. There was a long queue at Dollar. The guy who rented the car could see me. Jock went outside and had a cigarette. I was smoking inside. The Dollar man was about 30 cents, and by the time I got to the counter a dime was more shiny, I'd had time to think. Time to construct that thing you'd wish you'd said. Time to think about clever and cutting responses. The ones you don't recover from. I was ...
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Some interesting stories to tell.
There was also a section on the Civil War and the Reconstruction........
I found out the KKK were formed at a time when no confederates were allowed in governing positions from 1865 to 1867, during re-construction. The white population felt marginalised and threatened, so formed the KKK. Nathan Bedford Forest was their first chief Knight and he organised ...
... the way we stopped in the Everglades and went on those airboats. It's kind of like a whitewater rafting boat but with a large propeller. The everglades is 1.5million acres of marshy land that is mostly under water and covered with tall grass. It was also full of alligators and birds that our airboat driver named Henry and Henrietta? When we got back to the land, I was first in line to hold a baby 'gattor! He was a slimy sucker.
Back on track, we continued onto ...