BEST WESTERN Chaffin Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Alan Jackson, and Vince Gill. It was country music heaven to the real hard core fans. Sorry to say, we aren't. The weather was miserable, rainy and cold and after an hour or so, we decided Nashville's charm was lost on us. I think I was still perturbed that I didn't get to see the show at the Grand Ole Opry. Other than going into the city for the brief country music excursion, our stay in Tennessee was not one of our ...
... best find had nothing to do with the Civil War: a field of passionflowers, one of the most elaborate blooms I've ever seen.
By now it was way past lunch time, and we were faced with a dilemma: do we eat now to satisfy our current hunger or hold off until we meet old family friends for dinner? Well, let's think about that . . . 'cause one of middle Tennessee's more highly rated barbecue joints is just a couple miles away. Hmmm . . . maybe ...
... into this inner sanctum......yet! What are these people thinking? Steve had discovered during his research of Nashville that there was a full size replica of he Greek Parthenon including a statue of Athena, the Greek Goddess of Wisdom. Apparently a temporary structure of the Parthenon had been built in the 1890's for the World Fair held in Nashville. It was only supposed to be erected for 3 months but was such a hit it was determined to make it ...
... and oh look - we had time for a chair massage too (haha)! We're plugged in and letting our phones charge so we have as much "juice" as possible. I haven't flown in 2 years and am pleased to see all the stations to plug in and charge electronics. I'll go ahead now - and apologize for my typos, bad grammar and overall bad writing. Bob told me to double check everything - and it's hard doing this on the iPhone (with its ...
... peaks and volcanoes, driven on high mountain passes, experienced desert plain and vast prairies, and traveled through villages and cities. We have walked the pathway of reconnecting with family and friends. It has indeed been a journey through history, distance, geology, politics, religion, family, and all the things that drive man (and woman) to periodically pick up stakes, leave all that is familiar, and step out in faith to the next "new season" in their lives.