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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and took us to Little Rock. (It was also his birthday!) In Little Rock we stopped to see Little Rock High School and the small but fantastic museum there explaining the events leading up to 1957 and the aftermath. It was really difficult to imagine a standoff between Faubus and Eisenhower playing out on the streets in front of the school. This standoff involved something like 1400 troops so it was a tremendously serious thing and Faubus had really brought the state the to the brink ...
... at the bottom, I decided to go to the top and work down.
Nashville was originally Nashborough and changed to be more fashionable and less British...
It sits on the Cumberland River which runs north and west toward the Tennessee or Mississippi and it's navigable way past Nashville. The city was founded just to the south of the river on a tight bend. Early industry was farming and slavery...
Their is quite a famous plantation ...
... coat as it was to cold, while driving around it started snowing. I asked Paul what was happening and he laughed, I didn't. I had to buy a new hat as well, got a bargain $4 one.
I finally met Paul's mum or mom as they say here, such a nice lady, she gave me a massive hug just like a mother would, she works away in Petersburg a few of the days in the week but returned home to find a cooked dinner by me and Paul. I made the potatoes and Paul gutted and stuffed the chicken, made ...
... had closed and we missed our flight, then to make our way over to the other side of the bloody airport, to find another delayed flight, and in between this we misplaced ...
... t have time for dinner. I relaxed a while then asked Tony at the front desk for local dinner options. He sent me six miles away to a Jaz'z Bar and Grill. Some of the best New Orleans cooking I've had outside of The Big Easy. Even sells his Jambalaya on the Food Network.
Headed back and prepared for tomorrow...looking forward to it. Andrew Jackson and James K. Polk.
Take care my friends and family!