Days Inn - Lebanon
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... everyone / everything the tour guide was sharing with us about country stars it was a great way to see how the other half live and give a bit of inspiration that one day we might just be in that league!
So with glorious sunshine it was a few more hours round the pool, followed by exquisite cupcakes from Gi-Gi's (well we ARE on holiday and it WAS lunch!) before a nice 5 mile run to try and work off some of the lush cheesecake, ice-cream and nachos. It was our mission ...
... I believe he was in his early 30's and loving life in the south, same pay scale as CA. I also met a UA member (pipe fitter), in the store, who was from Bakersfield, he had nothing good to say about Tennessee.
Our home, for the next 4 nights, is Cedars of Lebanon State Park, about 31 miles east of Nashville. Here we have water and electric hook ups but no sewer or WI FI.
Thursday in Nashville was a Trolley Tour and a visit to the ...
... s just Nashville. But I really did like Nashville much more than New Orleans. Probably because I felt safer maybe. It's kind of sad that I only have a few days left of this tour before I hit NYC but I'm definitely looking forward to seeing everyone and not sleeping on the ground.. Apart from getting bitten by insects on a daily bases I'm finding camping pretty fun. I don't think I would ever do 3 weeks again ...
... Mississippi to Nashville, Tennessee (although we were interrupted on our journey when we resumed the course near Memphis, as there was road work taking place). But...we were able to stop at the site where Meriwether Lewis (of Lewis and Clark fame) died on his way to Washington DC for some official governmental and expedition-related business. The site is Grinder's Inn on the Natchez Trace. At the time, ...
... crazy!! just makes me realise that my time in Nashville was pretty bloody special! and although I'm sure to meet more great, amazing people along the way on the rest of my journey, this was an epic time! and couldn't be re-created! the nights spent in the hostel garden, drinking, listening to people play guitar, banjo, harmonica, mandolins, singing their own songs, singing covers, laughing, just generally having a great time, those moments I will never forget!