Hampton Inn - Springfield
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Today had a bit of a miserable start, I was walking to hire a bike to then go to Shelby park but I caught my toe on the curb. I thought it was fine but then I looked down and their was blood everywhere I had flooded my blooming sandal! So I went in the Hostel and asked if they had a plaster. He really helped me, washed my foot - put alcohol on it and put a great big bandage on it. I repaid him by trying ...
... it would be exercise and a great way to get some sunshine on this white body..
I liked this park. Great parking lot, very large. Great place for an outdoor birthday party.
... Somehow I found a pair and they are now sitting in the hotel room waiting to be worn around the Jack Daniels distillery tomorrow :-) . So we had to drop them off and then head back downtown to get our tour. Speedy walking post alcohol brunch leads to desperate need for the loo!! I'm glad we are married, and for those of you who haven't heard the poo stories ask one of our horrified friends. So we took a tour with 'echoes of Nashville', James ...
Made the mistake of getting up for breakfast at the same time as everyone else in the hotel. I know what pigs feeding at a trough feel like now. Got seated next to a couple of loud speaking women discussing their childbirth experiences. Moved as soon as we could. Val discovered the pancake making machine and pigged out on pancakes and maple syrup. After breakfast we took advantage of the hotel courtesy shuttle bus and got to the Country Music Hall of Fame. Spent 3/4 hours there. ...
... scratch biscuits” and Martha Stewart said it was “the best breakfast I ever had.” But the reality of the Loveless popularity really hit when I wound up in the unpaved parking lot on the far end of the property. Hundreds of biscuit-hungry folks were already waiting to be fed.
The hostess told me I’d wait at least an hour and a half as she handed me the buzzer. “The device is active all over the property,” she advised. “Use your ...