Knights Inn Lebanon
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... intense interaction and then relative solitude and that is, I feel, a naturally occurring process for me - I think it also comes down to recognising opportunities and not hesitating to embrace them, in both spheres. However, I recognised I needed to process some of my thoughts and feelings, and let my body detox for a while so spending time with myself is proving to be very enjoyable... The Al Gore talk was great and I feel lucky to have arrived in town when a ...
... on the tracks outside! The Track 29 music venue looked like it might have been an old storage shed or something. It was all very unusual, and I’d like to go back and stay there one day.
The gig was brilliant, and we made it “home” to Nashville without any dramas.
The following day we were up and bright and early to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, and the Ryman Auditorium.
The Country Music Hall of Fame is fairly ...
... Dorothy's. They got us temporary passes so we could use the club facilities. Murray hopes to use the jacuzzi although his back seems to be doing better. Our friends came for dinner at the motorhome and afterwards we played Euchre and some Mexican Train. It was ...
... br> people have recommended to us, but when I attempted to put together an
itinerary, I had trouble filling it out. Perhaps Nashville is a better city to
hang out in than to vacation in. Anyway, I don't think we will have much of a
chance to see the sights anyway because of our short stay.
We'll keep you posted. Now that we are not driving through
Mississippi, we should have more regular access to an internet connection. On
to Louisville ...
... Of the three dogs we took – only Quique had any long distance travel experience. Poncho was with us for a 10 day December trip to Florida and Yeti and Poncho came on a spring break tour through Georgia. But now we were to be gone for 45 days. I have to say that I am a little worried about how the new doggies will do.
Since it was a Saturday, traffic through Atlanta was not too bad. The rest of the way through North Georgia, ...