Days Inn Downtown/Nashville/West Trinity Lane
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From Texarkana through Little Rock, we drove all the way across Arkansas today and part of the way across Tennessee. Tennessee is one long state! Wow!
We were delighted to get into Nashville early enough to have time to go into the part of town which is where the live music is going on and also (I learned today) very touristy! We went to the Wildhorse Saloon, where they give ...
Far from the little dust bowl of our imaginations, Nashville is quite a clean, respectable little city with friendly people and diligent parking attendants. Nightlife is focused around 'broadway', a street lined with 'honky tonk' bars and drunk bachelorettes. The music at dinner made up for the cheesy interior (for me anyway - Rich isn't as much as a fan of country music as I am). The bars we went to after we're much better although packed ...
... to turn off all the elevators because of an electrical hazard. Wait, it gets worse -- much worse. We were in Tower One, but they had to evacuate part of Tower Two -- the upper stories -- because all electricity was out. No lights, no air. We didn't complain much -- six flights isn't wonderful, but it was only once to go down ...
On the other side of the Smokies lies the ski resort town of Gatlinburg, Tennessee. Here, apparently, itīs not unusual to see females strutting around in chaps, wood being whittled into the shape of bears, and fiddling banjo bands playing in whisky distilleries. There were lines of cowboy boots, kitschy restaurants, junk shops, and ads for Eastern Tennesseeīs greatest theme park: Dollywood, themed in the name of our favourite Tennessee gal, Dolly Parton. I ...
... A fun place. The topography is very similar to Pa. Have had the coach serviced here. Very convenient as Camper World is right next door. Last night we had dinner with Frank and Sassy Carroll. Was fun to catch up with old Franklin friends. Went to the area called the Gulch. An up and coming area in Nashville. Hopefully our travel day will be uneventful. On the road, ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking