Hampton Inn & Suites Nashville / Airport
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... their performances! It is also where Willie Nelson wrote Patty Cline’s “Crazy”.
After dinner we met up with some old friends from Calgary; Jessica and Keegan! How ironic is it that they are here at the same time as us. Now that they live 3 hours from us we don’t get the chance to visit. So, we visit in Nashville!
Today’s totals: 146 km (5423.3)
one good visit with an old friend
... was for women. She told us that is was common for there to be 20 or more guests staying at the house, all the time! Not the same guests, but that many would stay over on a regular basis. She said that there was almost no time at all when the only people to be in the house were solely family. It was quite the social gathering place.
There were many slave cabins to house some 80 slaves, however, most of those are no longer standing. Two of the ...
Our first stop lands us in Nashville, TN. Nashville was founded in 1779 and is named for Francis Nash, an American Revolutionary War hero. The city is home to many country music stars and is nicknamed "Music City". According to the 2010 census, Nashville has a population of over ...
... steps of Noorderkerk, church. The floors are slabs of stone that are graves. There was a children's school choir performing. I thought of Katie, my niece, as I watched the director.
Susan declares that "Amsterdam is more breathtaking than Paris". It is quite interesting. One building had 1602 on it. We went to a cheese shop for bread and cheese for dinner. We stopped at another market for milk and ham. Susan likes MEAT on her sandwich. We are so tired ...
"Where y'all from?"
"You live in a trailer?"
We are in Mississippi. The southern accent seems to be the strongest in the country. Yet, if they misunderstood us, we must have strong accents too! We have just driven from Louisiana where they say, "thank God for Mississippi" as it makes every other state seem just that bit better. Apart from their hilarious accents, there isn't much going for Mississippi. The rest of the country has accepted our ...