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... speak English hey! Whatever, this was by far the best meal of the trip, the whole environment, staff, variety and quality of the experience was exceptional and a brilliant time was had by all!
With very full and very happy bellies there was nothing more to do on a blazing birthday afternoon than lie around the pool and snooze like a beached whale.....absolute bliss!! A perfect day was rounded off with a trip to the new 'English Pub' which had opened up in ...
... names out of the who place but was good to get a bit of history and also helped me understand the city a little better with all these different types of country music such as honky tonk and blue grass. Still don't really know the difference! This visit also included a tour of Studio B. Nashville has pretty much every recording label based there and Studio B was one of the first - Elvis recorded over half of his songs there. Same with Dolly Parton. Once done there I walked up ...
... to go there for story time and crafts. Greeted by a cute talking owl at the entrance this time we picked up books and found a snug little place to read. While the kids read, I looked around and took pictures and noticed that the area behind the checkout counter had a wall with a painting that looked much like Multnomah falls in Oregon so we asked and sure enough the artist used landscapes throughout the US as inspiration for ...
Well, we finally reached the "East". We crossed the Mississippi, Ohio, and Missouri Rivers today. The Archway is still in Saint Louis. See the photo - we crossed the Mississippi on I-64 south of the Arch. It was an overcast day with light rain most of the day. Got through downtown Saint Louis traffic easily, and despite the rain, it was smooth sailing all the way to Antioch, TN - just a few miles south of Nashville. FGM is doing well and ...
... in time and sat down just in time to catch the briefing. Then we were on our way to one of the many entrances to Mammoth Cave. Apparently this particular tour catered for up to 125 people, so we felt quite lucky to be in a group of only about 15.
As well, once we were able to decipher the heavy southern accent of our tour guide, he was quite eloquent, knowledgable and passionate about his topic. As it turned out, he had been leading tour groups for most of his life and ...
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