Days Inn - Lebanon
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... watched numerous artists and presenters. In between each segment, an announcer would stand on stage and read out radio adverts, much to the amusement of the audience. There were some pretty bad ads, and it was funny to think of people sitting at home listening to the radio and hearing us laughing during the ads.
We were very lucky to have a special guest tonight... Jewel! Dad used to listen to Jewel a ...
... heading down the highway, just passed through Chattanooga and now on our way to The Grand Ol Opry in Nashville.
Country music is playing on the radio. GUNNIES WHERE ARE YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!
On the ay we stopped at the Jack Daniels Whiskey Distillery. It is a "DRY ZONE" so no tasting allowed. Now we are on our way to ...
... 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 ...
Tue, Jun 4, 2013
Departure: Nashville, Tennessee
Arrival: Nashville, Tennessee
Travel Time: 3 minutes
Well, the KOA kicked us out today. It seems there is a Country Music Association (CMA) Festival in Nashville this week, and the campground (excuse me, “Kampground”) is over booked. We have tickets to the Grand Ole Opry tonight, ...
... at the front, a swing in the garden and an American flag standing proudly outside. They're huge houses and really pretty - I want one! The people here are funny, they all seem to wear dungarees and speak like they're off Teen Mom. Ha! Like how Forest Gump talks! The hostel/motel last night was a lot nicer than the one in Washington, for a start, me and Jamie had our own room! We both had huge double beds and a TV, it was more like a hotel rather than a hostel. It was one ...