Country Inn & Suites By Carlson Nashville
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... suffocating heat in Hot Springs we enjoyed strolling through the historic downtown area where one side of the street has one gorgeous old restored Bath House building after another. These buildings date from late 19th century to early 20th century - the heyday of Hot Springs international fame as one of the premier natural hot springs resort towns in the world. During this period it was believed by ...
... to fly a fighter than a bomber and she agreed. He, on the other hand, said he liked to fly bombers. He ought to know since he flew B-52s in the Air Force. He even flew out of March Air Force Base in Moreno Valley, an air base near our house, many years ago. It is now an air reserve base and also houses an air refueling wing.
We talked about many things but during the conversation we said we were going to take a look downtown and get Harley out for ...
... GPS and we loaded our bags in the backs seat and I turned to Jock, and said "let's get the f*ck out of Dallas". We had to stop before I'd made it out of the carpark. Jock who "needs glasses" started pressing buttons and then I had a warning light on saying trunk open! We were glad to be on our way, and reunited, but the whole moment - which could have been amazing, was reduced to this anti-climax. I got out and shut the boot. We headed out onto the directions ...
... noise with its hooter beforehand. Wonderful!!
We drop into the local BMW dealer, Grassroots.What a friendly place with very helpful staff John, Pat Brian and Josh. If I lived in the USA, I would certainly buy a bike from here. Bob gets a slight oil leak sorted on his final drive - he gets his bike fixed as well. Tee shirts are abound - one up manship from Bob means he buys three compared to my two!
... the way we stopped in the Everglades and went on those airboats. It's kind of like a whitewater rafting boat but with a large propeller. The everglades is 1.5million acres of marshy land that is mostly under water and covered with tall grass. It was also full of alligators and birds that our airboat driver named Henry and Henrietta? When we got back to the land, I was first in line to hold a baby 'gattor! He was a slimy sucker.
Back on track, we continued onto ...