Hampton Inn Bellevue / Nashville-I-40-West
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... exit off of the bridge and stopped at the visitor center. She was in her glory! She wanted a picture of herself with everything that said Tennessee!
Sun Studio was our next stop albeit a brief one, it was an awesome stop. Sun Studio is where it all began, considered the “Birthplace of Rock and Roll”. It is where Elvis, BB King, Johnny Cash and Roy Orbison recorded and more recently Corb Lund and Maroon 5. It is a tiny building ...
... be nearly left as it was, it’s just hard to fathom. We were looking into the room, with the actual bed, robe, and slippers, where Andrew Jackson, Seventh President of our United States, actually took his last breath. With his final resting place not 50 yards out into the garden. It’s just an amazing feeling. I can’t describe it. I will never look at a $20 bill the same way again.
So how do you segue from that… Well, I will just ...
... citizens if you count the outer parts of the city. On our journey through Nashville we passed LP Field which is home to Nashville's NFL team the Tennessee Titans.
Next stop = Frankfort, KY
Distance from Nashville = 209 miles
Distance from SHE = 445 ...
... those who do not, they rent them. They are backed up making the turn. They blow at each other, play loud music, wave at us, take pictures, etc. There are tour boats lined up behind each other that are full. It looks like some country has sent its citizens here for the day. We are actually getting rocked by the wakes. It seems to me like they cruise the canals like we used to cruise around the Shoney's drive in. There are few streets here. When you cross a road ...
... as ID, but not in Mississippi. I asked security at the hotel casino where we were staying, why they didn't. Their response was "we don't get international visitors". We must be the only two willing to sleep in a cheap hotel in the middle of nowhere for three days to save some money. Maybe it wasn't so hard to believe that it was half the price of a campsite elsewhere.
The south is famous for fried chicken. What better place to try this 2,000 calorie ...