Antioch Quarters Inn & Suites
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August 25th – day 113
11 years ago we went to Gaylord
Opryland Resort with Josh and Hannah so decided to go back there and
show them so they actually remember it. It's a large hotel with
gardens and water features throughout plus a small river with boat
rides. Just as pretty second time round and Kaitlin was of course
there this time.
From there we walked across to ...
... and he was the gunner. I think I drove into a few mountains and he shot them down.They also were hosting a traveling exhibit from the Smithsonian called "Robot Zoo". We spent an inordinate amount of time there playing,along with all of the children that were attending. There was a T38 outside next to the shuttle and we both mused about the fact that it was one of the planes that he learned to fly in Selma, so many years ...
... in a whole series of clean modern and extremely comfy chain hotels. Holiday Inn Express and Hampton Inns all look the same but they are sooo clean and welcoming. Bev will be fit enough to do a little bit tomorrow so the excitement of somewhere new begins again. This holiday seems incredibly long because every few days you're getting that new venue buzz and because you're packing a lot into your days we seem to have been here for ...
... Either way we bought a scoop of their ice cream and it was magnificent. Besides Tyler’s Ice Cream in Florida I am not a fan of hand dipped but there was something different about this that made it all the better. I shoveled through a loaded Reese’s cups scoop and Jessica enjoyed some trailer trash concoction of various candy bars crushed in vanilla ice cream. I finished before Jessica did and I stepped outside for a moment, coming across a black ...
... line-height: 18px;">1979 - Ownership is transferred from the federal government to the local government.
When President Rutherford B. Hayes laid the cornerstone of the Customs House on September ...