Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Smyrna-Nashville Area
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... 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">I would eat here again if I was in the area, but I wouldn't seek it out.
The food was good, but I like seated restaurants with table side service better. I hate fast food atmospheres. The place was clean and rather ...
... br> Total Fuel Cost For Betsy - $1,077,58
Total States Travelled - 11
States: Washington, Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas,
Tennessee, New Mexico
Total Days of Travel: 6
Total Driving Hours: 64 Hours
It's been a good trip - hopefully you continue to read my blog about life here in the south. I'll update things as we go along. Merry Christmas !!
... people asked to perform there. We didn't get to see a show but I think that we will be making a trip back here for that one day. http://www.opry.com/index.html
We started heading south and saw a sign for the Carnton Plantation. We knew nothing about this place but thought it would be great to visit. We drove though a quiet neighborhood full of beautiful brick homes with large old trees ...
... He then sent us off to our seats and offered to find us later to tell us the rest of the story.
The Grand Ole Opery was amazing! It was just the way Justin remembered it on TV when he watched it in his youth. Except now the awkward radio style combo concert with the frequent intermissions was in full glory. Camden and Brendan started out with hint of interest with the occasional toe tap and hand slap, but by halfway in they were looking for it to wrap ...
... soon as we’d been out for five minutes all of the clouds disappeared and the sun was excruciatingly hot once again. So we walked and sweated profusely along Alton Road until we hit the monument.
None of us were really prepared for just how shocking it would be. Not even wandering around the Ground Zero monuments had affected us so much. The monument revealed itself as you walked around it. Initially all you can see is an enormous green ...