Hampton Inn & Suites Lebanon
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... a really cool old store which re-purposed the old barrels from the distillery into furniture, art and so on. We could have spent a fortune in there, but luckily trying to get a dresser and a couple rocking chairs with us on the plane would have been quite difficult! We eventually settled on some stamped barrel pieces to display in our house, which were lovely, and – best of all – still smelled like whisky! We also purchased some Jack Daniel’s and Coke ...
... fact was that the hillbillies decided to change their image to cowboy early on in the 50's (Roy Rogers being one of the first...who knew he was a singer when he met Dale Evans who wrote his music?) being more sexy and manly and that is why boots and cowboy hats are standard fare for the country-western "look". So who would believe that they dedicated a whole wing of the museum to Bakersfield, CA!!?Would you have guessed that Bakersfield was the center of ...
... wait there, and then an 8 hour trip to Orlando, Florida.
Although I am looking forward to Florida, I am really sad to leave Nashville. Really, REALLY sad. I wish we could have stayed longer, but we are restricted now due to our Emergency Passports (we have to be home by 19th July). Otherwise I could have stayed there indefinitely! We will definitely be back someday. Hopefully someday soon!
But for now, onwards to Florida!
Wish you were here.
The interesting thing about history is that when you examine things first-hand, it may lead to deeper investigation! For example: you may recall our mentioning the Natchez Trace a few miles back. It was the original "national highway" for footmen and horses, dating back to the pre-Jeffersonian era, as the native Indians were the ones to carve out the route. Again to refresh your memory, it runs uninterrupted ...
... to be the last time I see her, even though she is in great health – she still goes up and down her stairs with not that much of a problem. We had a little dessert and it was soon time to go back to the state park which was 30 min. away.
Sunday, June 17
Since we visited my aunt yesterday, today was devoted to see one of Pooja’s childhood friends – Gona – who lives in Murfreesboro. They were friends back in Kashmir, ...