Hilton Garden Inn Nashville Airport
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... used. There is an active railroad (East Tennessee Railway) using the other tracks that were adjacent to them so I was asked to stay away from them. No trains came by while I was there, though.
I checked on the baby birds and took a couple of picture to show the woman. She was happy to see that they had their eyes open and was concerned because the car they are nesting on is going to be taken on a train excursion this coming Saturday. Hopefully, they ...
NashvilleFriday 5th June
Back on the road.
We headed on to Nashville taking one more ride along the tail of the dragon, it was a lot harder with full luggage and the bright sun flickering through the tvrees but still great fun. Riding the Dragons Tail.By the time we had cleared the mountains the temp reached 86F ...
... country Nashville really is. There was a college football game going on that night with the local team vs. the Florida gators and I was amazed at how many gators fans there were. People in the USA love their college football. There was a fantastic candy store open that had mouth watering homemade candy and chocolate goodies. We didn’t have supper so we split a Gopher, which is a pecan chocolate caramel blob, and ...
Arrived extremely tired after 35 hours of traveling. Having mastered the shuttle service from our last visit we managed to get to the hotel in no time at all. The staff were very friendly and our room clean and comfortable for what we had paid. Sleep that night was very easy and I don't think anything would have woken us ...
... those slightly yummy KFC chips, but instead have mac and cheese and baked beans as side orders. We had a much better reason for driving through Kentucky, to the state of Ohio. Our very first Intrepid trip, back in May, was to China. For those who remember, we met a lovely group of American zoologists who made our stay in China. Elizabeth, from Ohio, kept in contact with us over the last nine months. With only a few hours notice, Elizabeth kindly took us out for ...