Sleep Inn Horn Lake
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... the places like the Ryman Auditorium was closed as was some of the bars that didn't open until late so we ended up going back to the hotel. We have asked about the alcohol drink driving policy and I believe it is very low so it wasn't worth risking it. I would definitely recommend staying close to the action in Nashville so you don't have to worry about drink driving. We would go ...
... to say the poorer schools were no good, in fact the opposite, but it was clear to us at least, by the way some were dressed etc. The school bands and the army cadets that were marching were excellent!! Charlie and Georgia were really getting into it, Charlie dancing to the beats and Georgia watching her CERTIFIED NUTJOB of a brother, while smiling and giggling at him! Great times were had checking out the march pass. The ...
... us, its 9/11 week and there are 70,000 extra people to keep safe....I admire the commitment but can only imagine its crippling local budgets. Its so easy to pass a few hours in a Juke Joint without even noticing which is exactly what happened in The Tap Room as you get drawn into the stories and performance of the guys with the guitars..by the end of the evening everyone was singing along! But still suffering the effects of jet-lag it was after ...
... and placed them in the fountain, in the hotel. They were there in the morning after the gentleman slept of the effects of the alcohol and the customers liked them so much they stayed. The ducks are raised by a local farmer, trained and rotated out of the hotel, back to the farm, every 3 months. The duck march is at 11,00 am and then at 5pm, when they go back upstairs in the lift, walking on the red carpet.
... our tickets as that included the Monorail for a discounted rate.
The model of the Mississippi is done where 1 foot = 1 mile. The Mississippi River is a little over 1300 miles so the model is fairly large. My dad mentioned that this was in the movie "The Firm". James suggested that it would have been extra special if they could have raised/lowered the water level in the model to coincide with current conditions and I must agree that would be a ...