Cheshire Motor Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... And I said well that's where you can stick our reservation. C'mon Jock and we left. We drove into town because outside of Nashville CBD its rough and run down. There's this industrial feel to the place with lots of lines crossing over roads and power boxes on poles. The city itself transforms Nashville into a lot better than it seems. The streets are wide, the buildings tall and all the Hotels we called into or phoned were full. There was a conference in town. We saw lots ...
... talking very fast. Too fast for my limited Spanish to comprehend. So I had no idea I was effectively camping in Miami for the night. Until the American Jehovah's Witness and grumpy British man joined me in my base camp (beside the power outlet nearest the Starbucks). We soon realised we spoke a common language and shared a common inability to understand angry-mob-Spanish. Eventually I nominated myself to ask for more information about the situation (the mob now had their camera phones ...
... and Sara (Jesse and Sara were the youngest, most adorable newly weds I had ever met) left, we figured we would cut through the park to get back to the hotel quicker. It was not faster in any way. We got so lost. But in a good way. We had a lovely evening strolling through the park climbing up on trees, running around on a play ground...all under a beautiful starry sky. After we found our way out of the park, me Zev and Kenzie stopped to grab some grub before ...
Well our day started off in sunny Florida. Then we drove some backroads of Alabama and Georgia. Awesome small towns. No cell service. It was so relaxing! We can't wait for more backroads driving :-) We are now in Atlanta. Of course our hotel in downtown with one-way street, partiers everywhere. Horse and ...
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Today’s initialism of choice is GBTA: ...