Courtyard Nashville at Opryland
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... Raise your glasses nice and high. This is going to be an inappropriate one but it's about time. OK... here's to lesbians and virgins! Thanks for nothing!" He was a Republican as well but it made me laugh nonetheless. Check out the video of them playing Ring of Fire.
Meanwhile, as the band was playing, I was editing pictures for this blog on my mobile. The next thing I know, one of the barmaids comes up to me with a shot and a message, scribbled on a ...
... 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 ...
... else having departed and the four of us awaiting our cab the heavens inevitably opened into the most torrential vertical rain I have ever seen, although it was still so incredibly warm you could see the steam bouncing off the sidewalk. You'll know the smell of summer rain on tarmac, a sweet, nostalgic odour that brings certain times and places to the forefront of your mind. As I stood there, rain dripping down my neck, trying to protect my new boots from getting wet and ...
... US and as dry as a bone... yup you cant buy booze in Moor County. Funny place to build a Distilery really. We decided to give Jim's car a rest at the hotel and we are soon cruising in the Red Rocket on the way to a little piece of Heaven.
We travel through some wonderful country and soon find the sleepy town of Lynchburg and the home of Jack Daniels. What a beuatiful place.... an amazing sight and I have finally fulfilled a dream ...
... The tour is excellent, and the house has been restored very well. It was interesting to see all of the modern conveniences that were available to them so long ago. Telephones, indoor plumbing, electric lights, and surround showers were all installed and on display. Of major importance was where all the funding came from for the opulent lifestyle that existed; Belle Meade was famous for its race horses and breeding facilities and after a horse named ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center