Howard Johnson Nashville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Big buffet breakfast at Ramada hotel. Got in the Stang, drove to Biltmore Estate, claims to be America's biggest house. We drove around the neighbouring housing estate trying to get a look in at the estate. Found the entrance eventually, entering the estate we were ordered to buy tickets first at a cost of $56 each. Screw that. So we drove back onto Blue Ridge Parkway ...
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(Reverse): His father, John W. Work II, composer of the Fisk alma mater, "The Gold and Blue," was known as the rescuer and preservationist of Negro religious music. Work II's book, Folk Songs of the American Negro, was one of the first extensive studies on the origin and development of ...
... with a stick...!!!
I try to be thrifty as much as possible and save where I can...makes easier on the pocket book...and I can still enjoy a great meal and not be sitting in a fast food JOINT...
... all down a margarita.
Afterwards we went to Honky Tonk bar .... A very happening place .... Excellent music continued all night long real country and western foot tapping music.
We rocked back to our hotel after midnight (party ...
... baseball players. Good stop.
Then I headed to the grave of Zachary Taylor. He was our 12 President (1849-1850) and the second President to die in office. He died shortly after eating some cherries and iced milk at a 4th of July celebration at the Washington Monument (under construction). Some historians speculated that he had been poisoned by pro-slavery people, and his body was actually exhumed where it was determined that while he ...