Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Nashville Airport
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... got some lunch and then I tried to pay a couple of bills, one for Lowe’s for us and one for Mom. I spent nearly an hour trying to get that accomplished. Before we take another extended trip I will definitely look into Verizon. US Cellular just isn’t measuring up.
We finally left to ride into Nashville not really knowing where we were going. We discussed going to the ...
... block, checked out the shops on Fatherland, and went to get bandaids for Adam. Saturday was the night for falling apparently. I missed it, but Adam fell on gravel and scraped up his hands. When I left him, I went to check out the Opryland Hotel. This place was massive! I had no idea where I was going and I ended up walking into a cheerleading competition. I caught the end when they were announcing the winners... tons of excited little girls screaming with joy. My interest was lost ...
... in our group onto the bar, we decided it was probably best we left. I passed the blame for coming to the bar onto someone else, with limited success.
On our search for a new bar, we stumbled across what has become my favourite story of the holiday thus far. We were stopped by a guy who asked us if we wanted a free bar for the evening. That's an interesting opening gambit at the best of times. He then said if ...
Arrived extremely tired after 35 hours of traveling. Having mastered the shuttle service from our last visit we managed to get to the hotel in no time at all. The staff were very friendly and our room clean and comfortable for what we had paid. Sleep that night was very easy and I don't think anything would have woken us ...
... plates, West Virginia, and also saw a plate from Chihuahua, Mexico. I think the remaining three will be hard to find: VT, NH, and DE.
The gas prices are also getting higher in Arkansas. Also, more highway construction and law enforcement. And, as Dick pointed out, more populated areas than the desolated areas we drove through.
Saw a Kroger truck…know we are getting closer to home!
And, the churches here are big! Saw the ...