Comfort Inn Nashville / Opryland Area
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... cat in the shrubbery. Across the street an old VW van sat with a porch built around it advertising the sale of hot dogs. Next to the van was a blue house with signs promoting guitar lessons and collectibles. This section of town was interesting but I understand why it is named Five Points. There is an intersection in the center which lead us in five directions and down some side streets, then an alley, and eventually stuck beside a bus parked outside of a hidden ...
... This is highly recommended by the Kester clan.
The rest of the afternoon we hung around Jellystone Campground and visited with some folks here as we walked around.
As you can tell from some of our other entries, James likes to look on TripAdvisor and find different places to eat. He stumbled across Jeni's. This is the number 1 ranked restaurant of 799 in Nashville. It is an ice cream shoppe- surprise, surprise. They ...
... wished to know, but have now decided that I MUST have a pair of cowboy boots and some cowgirl clothing.
Next stop St. Louis - home of The Blues !!
If you were paying attention earlier, you'd've noticed I mentioned The Grand Ole Opry. Well we went. Would I go again should I find myself this way, then I would have to say no. Did we enjoy it? Would say 'yes', we enjoyed the evening, as we dressed ...
This past week was spent at Y's Acres working with a group from Wilmington, North Carolina to get our new volunteer camp ready to receive volunteers. We knocked together ten very nice and sturdy bunk beds painted trailer one and installed all new carpet squares (actually bunches of carpet samples like you see on the racks in carpet stores) in random patterns on the floor- looks cool and the ...
... follow the storm in the internet, which proves to be inadequate. Local TV is also tracking the storm. TV is much more accurate as to location of storms and gives much more valuable information to viewers so TV it is. The tornado warning petered out a short distance from here, by the way, so we could breathe a little easier.
Tomorrow we will visit downtown Nashville. Tomorrow night we will attend a performance at the Grand Ole Opry. Good night to ...
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