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 ...
... house became the home of John W. Work III. A teacher and composer for 39 years, he served his alma mater by enriching the Fisk musical traditions. Director of the Jubilee Singers, Work III, a serious composer, completed more than 100 compositions. He was not only an acclaimed composer and choral conductor, but also a recognized author, educator, and ethnomusicologist.
... got in relatively early yesterday and rather than paying an arm and a leg to hotel it in the city, we booked ourselves in to motel 6 just outside and drove in to downtown.
As for downtown there's basically one place to visit and that's Broadway. We started at the bottom, at Rock Bottom in fact, had some dinner on the roof terrace with an awesome view up Broadway. We then made our way to the top and back, popping our heads into the odd bar playing music (which ...
... three stories, over 20 rooms, thirteen bathrooms, five fireplaces, two kitchens, an indoor pool and even an indoor shooting range on 136 acres of pristine land. Is this place big? Yah, but the difference between Fontanel and The Biltmore is Fontanel is a home. It's "homey" not "showy".
After the Fontanel, we were bussed over to the Country Music Hall of Fame. We had a great buffet lunch ...
... so on right up to this day. Heaven Hill also had a testing but they offered us 2 styles of different batches rather than pick you own so we learnt a little about what makes a bourbon just that rather than a whiskey. Anyway boozing all over we hit the road again and headed for Tennessee, Nashville to be precise and here we are now in a very pimp 5 star hotel. Now I have to add that we are hard biker dudes so please ...