BEST WESTERN PLUS White House
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... the Wiltgen's beautiful home and hospitality. It was midnight again by the time we got back to the camper. It was a great reminder to visit with this family and remember how important good friends are in shaping your experience. Talking with them these past two days was so easy and though we hadn't seen each other in 4 years, we picked up right where we left off. I awoke around 7am this morning. After we pack up and say our good byes to the Wiltgens we will be on our way to Oklahoma ...
Hi Ciaran! And Hi to Shay too!
This will be a fun stop on our virtual trip. Nashville, Tennessee is the capital of the state of Tennessee. It is also known as the home of country music. All of the big country stars perform in Nashville. My daughter Karena and I visited Nashville in September to see her favorite musician Taylor Swift in concert. We also visited the Children's Science Museum and the Country ...
... though that both Jefferson and Adams died on the 50th anniversary of this being signed within half an hour of each other, if that happened today there would be a massive inquiry. Then it just went down as legend.
The house took him 40 years to build, he was a self taught architect and basically a genius. It just made me think though that if I was told that it was going to take 40 years to build a house I'd say forget it, its bad enough watching Grand designs when they go over ...
... Fran Peterson OMG sorry but Brian and I just laughed but in sympathy and total understanding. The same thing happened to us with Delta! And yep never again will we fly with ...
... to Fort Negley State Park. During the Civil War, the Union invasion of Nashville ended without one shot fired. But...the good ole boys in Nashville did manage to burn all of their own bridges across the Cumberland and the entire Confederate Naval fleet (so the Union couldn't use them). Strategy folks. Stragedy.
The Union army set up Fort Negley as a fortification and sits up on a high hill just southwest of downtown. Through the ...