Hampton Inn Bellevue / Nashville-I-40-West
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The next morning I allowed Jessica to sleep in since only one place was important on our itinerary. I also wanted her to be well rested for the ride home in case I needed her to help drive. I was up early to a program on the tv declaring all sins lead to hell and the devil was out to get us. According to my dreams, it would have been best if we remembered to turn the tv off before we fell asleep. The clock displayed 8:00 a.m. so I headed downstairs for the hot ...
... coming neighborhood called 12 South. We decided to nix the Country Music Hall of Fame. I think I may regret this decision, but the entrance fees are high and the kids have all been complaining about country music for days so I think the experience might be lost on them. Tonight, we will force the issue further. We will drag everyone to a cool venue called the Family Wash for Shepherd's Pie and live country ...
... be walking about 500 miles over the course of 5 or 6 weeks. Here is a cool map of the route we will be taking, which is known as the French Way: https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0&a mp;msid=207025771826950017279.0004b935f 4dda665bba52&ie=UTF8&t=p&ll =41.804078,-5.20752&spn=5.732184,12 .963867&z=6&source=embed&dg =feature.
In addition to that, we will be walking a few more days to Finisterre ("The End of ...
... and got a few presents, mostly for Dad. I also brought Zach a red fly swat guitar as it was light and easy to carry so we could take it with us if he wanted to play guitar it turned out to be great purchase.
We then went to lunch at one of the bar/restaurants on ‘Music Row’ a famous street in Nashville which is now pretty touristy but we liked it anyway. Every place in Nashville has live music and the artists all play for tips only. Zach of course ...
... s, a Mexican restaurant, which was good. I had the beef fajitas. Dad offered me $50 to eat all of it and I couldn't. Stupid, tiny stomach.
Signing off for the night,
Greetings family and friends!
Our campground is less than 1 mile from the Opryland Hotel so we decided to head over there and tour that resort today. I believe there is a parking charge of $20 to self park there and see the hotel, but ...
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