Hotel Indigo Nashville
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... we'd encountered on this journey. The tightest gospel blues band since James Brown's Rev. Cleophus ensemble, with about 5 members whose chops were worthy of the term "Jesus Christ Almighty!" The choir was equally divine. About 20 folks and one or two soloists near the beginning and end. Incredible voices, powerful and present. It all came from the heart and for their God; music such as this does not come packaged in concert or gig form. Of course, people received the ...
... in especially for my Mum, who is a huge Kris Kristofferson fan. Barry is now too,
We went to a bar called Swingin' Doors for lunch. As we walked in, the guy singing stopped, asked where we were from, then proceeded to take the **** out of us. He was quite funny, but we gave back as good as what we got.
Tammy and I then had a ...
... car to Alamo so were now without transport and there is no shuttle between Dulles & Reagan Airports - naturally on opposite sides of the city! So into a cab we get and $70 later arrive at Reagan - luckily we did have a midday flight so time wasn't a factor. One funny thing that did happen in the cab - I decided to get out a map of Washington just to see the distance between the two airports and after studying it for a couple ...
... 39;Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Besides I love to take photos of old buildings and great locations and I will definitely eventually give into the temptation and pay the piper to indulge in the museums pieces of treasure..Just not today!!!
... in perfect rows making perfect angles across the entire cemetery. An impressive site, indeed. The only difference is Taylor's grave. The Commonwealth of Kentucky placed a 50-foot monument near his grave with a life-size statue of Taylor at the top...sort of looking over his troops. Very cool. Nearby are the larger, above-ground graves of Taylor and his wife, Margaret. This cemetery moved me. I spoke to a worker for a minute, who happened ...