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Left Hot Springs 10:00. I did not get to see the town. Rob promises we can come back through on our way home and spend a few days. Another long driving day with lots of wind and rain. Rob is my HERO. He was able to get us to Rachael's safely. Roof began to leak again. Big thank you to Rachael's friend Doug who came with all of his tools and did repairs. It lasted through a night of hurricane ...
... the idea. It has been a lot of work, but now that we have a few minutes and step back an realize what is about to happen, we couldn’t be more excited.
Let me take a few minutes to talk about the “Workaway” site/program/whatever that we are using to help us extend our travel and not blow all our money on cheese (see above list). Workaway.info (http://www.workaway.info/) was discovered pretty early in our planning process and ...
... in our group onto the bar, we decided it was probably best we left. I passed the blame for coming to the bar onto someone else, with limited success.
On our search for a new bar, we stumbled across what has become my favourite story of the holiday thus far. We were stopped by a guy who asked us if we wanted a free bar for the evening. That's an interesting opening gambit at the best of times. He then said if ...
Good mornin y'all and welcome back to another instalment of the Weekly Mash. Despite the disappointment of Paul McCartney's concert cancellation, we decided to visit Nashville as planned for the scheduled 4 days. Trace and I travelled separately as she was flying in from Kansas City post a work trip so we would rendezvous in Dallas Fort Worth in transit to Nashville. Founded in the late 18th century by two mountain men, the river port city of Nashville is the ...
Sunday, May 18th, Tony and I decided to go over to the Vanderbilt area and bar crawl or bar hop..whatever you want to call it.
We have seen this bar a few times and pasted it many times, so we decided to stop here. We went inside, they just opened at 11am. Albert greeted us. He was so very nice.
We ordered a PBR and a soda for only $4.50 with tax. This place is larger inside than it looks and the outside is very large. The patio is large with ...
Other places to stay in Goodlettsville
120 Cartwright Street, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $125
100 Northcreek Blvd, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $78
110 Northgate Drive, Goodlettsville | 1 star hotelfrom $68
621 Rivergate Parkway, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $107
202 Northgate Circle, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $102
925 Conference Drive, Goodlettsville | 2 star hotelfrom $89
650 Wade Circle, Goodlettsville | 1 star hotelfrom $49
865 Conference Drive, Goodlettsville | 3 star hotelfrom $122