Nashville Hotel at The Crossings
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... by barring the Little Rock 9 from the school using National Guardsmen. We know it was an impossibly tough year for those 9 students and as I looked at the beautiful high school I though about the depth of their resolve and their bravery. From Little Rock High school we headed to the President William J. Clinton Library. We met Jim's friend Rob who is an archivist there and he gave us a quick tour and explained how the library works and what it does. The coolest thing -- ...
... landed in Miami and I had enough time to eat breakfast and inquire about changing money over, but Argentine currency does not change back into US currency. Then, on board the 777 to Buenos Aires. I again had a row on the side to myself, towards the back. Unfortunately, the toilets did not flush while on the tarmac, so we were delayed taking off by about an hour. The flight was during the day and landed in the evening in Argentina. ...
He Haw!! Into our second day in this country western town where honkey tonk music is being played in every nook and cranny! We arrived around noon and spent the next three hours at the Country Western Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Absolutely fabulous! Videos, movies, Elvis' car that was painted with crushed diamonds and eggshells to have a glistening color, and all sorts of amazing guitars, clothing (a whole hall dedicated to the dresses of Reva and Dolly). ...
... 8217;s, but 34 to get back”!
After stopping for a few minutes in Ernest Tubb’s Record Shop, which had a huge selection of country music records, books and memorabilia, the tour ended at Hatch Show Print. This print shop has been in operation since 1879 and still uses the old hand carved printing presses to create promotional posters for upcoming concerts. After stroking the two cats that live there, and having a look around, we parted ways with Bill and ...
... 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 ...