Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Nashville
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... in Nashville we visited the Belle Meade Plantation and did a tour of the house. This was not really a plantation in the traditional sense, but a race horse breeding and training facility, which thrived until the State of Tennessee banned betting in 1906, thereby killing the sport of horse racing in Tennessee. Very informative and enjoyable tour.
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... couldn't wander around downtown not wearing a bandana. Hard to escape country music in Nashville (also cause of the CMA awards) but it was still nice. In a few hours I will be going to a replica of the Parthenon. Next stop is Chattanooga tomorrow. Excited and sad to move on. I will be writing soon. Can't wait to see you all. Please keep checking in and I will see you soon. ...
... good country band in the bar and watched the Cougs and Mariners win their games.
9/28 Another beautiful sunny day for traveling. We headed south through Eastern Oregon via La Grande and Baker City until our destination of Mountain Home, Idaho, just south of Boise. We planned to meet up with our friends Rick an Cindy tomorrow evening who are on their way home from Eastern Idaho. During the night we woke up to rain pounding on our roof and wind ...
Day 39 Nashville
I can't believe we are already typing up Day 39 for this trip; pretty surreal. Since we were only staying in Nashville for one night, we all decided to splurge on a room at one of the nicest hotels on the strip: Union Station. This is a historic train station converted into a beautiful hotel and definitely one of the fanciest places we’ve all ever stayed at. The best part was we were walking distance to all of the shena****ns on Broadway St! We ...
... Katy Chiu and friends had recommended a local fried chicken house for some authentic fried chicken. Hattie B's was delicious! We had three types of chicken - all delicious with varying degrees of hotness. The local Tennessee beers couldn't keep up with the chicken. Tried to listen to some music at local bars, but the U. of Tennessee basketball team was playing in the sweet sixteen and music wasn't playing until much later at night. Too late for us old folks . . ...