La Quinta Inns & Suites Lebanon
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... children immediately picked a person & laid claim to them. Grabbing your hand, or wrapping small arms around your waist and saying first in Creole, then in English "what is your name?" Smiles are an international language & everyone had one. The time flew by quickly & soon it was time to head back to the team house. The team house is a one story, four bedroom, three bathroom home. It has a kitchen, dining room, living room. It sits inside a ...
... countless country music stars have performed over the years.
From the back door of the Ryman, we cut across an alley to the back entrance of Tootsie’s Orchid Lounge. Tootsie’s is one of the oldest bars in Nashville, and was a meeting place for country musicians trying to make it big. Willie Nelson lived in the back of the bar for 6 months after he had run out of money. He apparently said that it is “exactly 17 steps from the Ryman Auditorium to ...
We left Graceland RV Park at 7:35 am. We stopped for fuel at Stanton Exit 47 and bought 28.16 gal. @ $3.719/gal. For a total of $104.73. The highway cut through many hills of limestone - it was evident everywhere and provided a hold out for the Union at the Slaughter Pen in one of the battles at Stones River. We arrived at Countryside RV Park around noon - they charge $30/night after the ...
... were newer than the Fiat. There was way too much techno babble for my comprehension but an impressive facility none the less. We saw an older couple taking delivery of a new car they had won in a raffle. As it was lunch time we split a salad at the cafe - a 50's decorated restaurant.
Then it was on to Nashville. The truck traffic was incredible as we neared the Music City. We had booked a couple of nights at the Gaylord Opryland Resort outside of ...
... in the mid-19th C. For some reason, we find this creepier than if it
had been a longer-standing practice (which it was), but it apparently only
became a "way of life" in the South during this period of what they call "King
Cotton." So, it was only when the demand for cotton grew to such a pitch that
slave labor and the expansive plantations which we generally associate with the
South came to be entrenched. For example, last year when we ...