Hilton Garden Inn Charlotte / Mooresville
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... building dedicated them and inside are their particular race cars and trophies and some information on their racing careers. (It was raining a bit by now but we were hopeful).
We headed to the HUGE shopping mall just down the road from the track for lunch and a walk! I managed to buy a pair of cowboy boots here (yah!) and soak up some of the sights and sounds of being so close to the ...
Wednesday was a really exciting day with us jumping in the car heading south through Tennessee to a small county called Lynchburg. This county is interesting due to it being a "dry" (meaning it is illegal to sell alcohol, or have any alcohol in public), however the worlds #1 known brand of whiskey is produced here. Yup Lynchburg is the home of Jack Daniels and old #7.
It was a couple of hours drive ...
... we got one of them fixed yesterday, but not until I had spent a good part of the day playing taxi mom, driving the girls to and from college, piano lessons, and piano teaching. But it worked out fine, and made me appreciate having more than one car).
Thankfully our home hadn't suffered any damage, although all the rain had caused the dead-looking lawns of September ...
Its time for another great adventure and I am all packed and ready to go. I was so glad that I kept a blog of my last trip and had great feedback from those who read it, that I decided to make another one for this trip. My friend (Marie) and I are headed to 3 great countries: France, Italy, and Spain and are excited for it all to start! Flights leave tonight.....tomorrow = ...
... and city officials are. It is interesting to know that Mexico City was sitting on a lake and surrounded by the volcanos and were built on top of the old city. The church that we went into was so intricated and very spectacular. Almost most of the buildings in Mexico City were made of volcano rocks because they are much lighter weight than bricks. The guide said Mexico City is sitting on the "jello", ...