Hotel Indigo Nashville
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Okay, so I woke up this morning in the hotel room and began to mentally piece together the events from last night. There was not an ounce of moisture in my mouth. I opened an eye and spotted a water bottle at arms length on the bedside table. As soon as it was in focus I de-capped and drained it. Let's review what I remember. We took a cab from the …
... and Norris City (not really a city more like a big village). We then made our way to Omaha across the Shawnee National Forest through to cave rock, Eddyville then interstate to Nashville.
A coffee break at about 1000am at Mom's Diner at a placed called Geff. Really nice people when you got talking to them. Lunch at at cafe ...
... and themes from Chekhov, pours them into a blender, and serves them up dry as only
this master of comedy can. Classic Chekhovian themes of loss and longing
are given utterly hilarious (and occasionally touching) twists. Against the
bucolic plague of a farmhouse in Pennsylvania, the stage is set for an absurd weekend
of angst, ...
... trek lads we had room to ourselves. The lobby had real chilled vibe, and the wash facilities was better then some hotels I have stayed at. First real glimpse of Nashville came when we all went out shopping for hats and boots. Always wanting authentic cowboy hat I wasn't to be disappointment. Even huge down pour couldn't dampen the spirt of southern country town. Music in the air, leather, weaves and neon signs filled my senses. This ...
... to the ultimate destination, and thought it must be a long way from the ticket office to require such a mode of transport. The bus drove us across the main road, into the gates opposite and stopped outside the front door - a journey of around 2 minutes. Not really sure what had just happened, we disembarked and were treated to our first views of the mansion. We were immediately struck by how small the place was from the outside. Compared to the modern day mansions inhabited by ...