Quality Inn & Suites Mount Juliet
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Travel Blogs from Mount Juliet
... Sun Studio, and finally Graceland (no picture included). Then we took what we'd looked forward to - a ride down the Mississippi on a sternwheeler. Well we actually just floated around within sight of Memphis while we received a local history lesson - very well delivered by a lively and entertaining southern coloured gentleman. Fascinating. Then we drove to ...
... to its gate. Luckily our flight to Nashville was at the adjoining gate. This too was a full flight and we were in the second for the last row. We met a family that was bringing their daughter to Vanderbilt. She had won a full scholarship from the Carell family. When we were ready to depart we could not back out because another American jet had to be towed out. We were glad not to be flying on American. It seems they can fly, just not ...
... we were surprised that it also had a major theme of stories of memories. I think we were able to give several of you a trip down memory lane. Doing so caused the two of us to think about events and people in our lives as well as enjoying vicariously the life shaping events in some of yours. Thank you for sharing—we enjoyed our trek through time enormously.
Now each journey must come to an end as does each blog. I still have to finish up with our travel today:
... trip is already over. We discovered that TravelPod counts the mileage and marks the map on a journey starting from the first entry. Since I didn't start this blog until July 14 when we stopped for our first night on the road, I wanted to make sure that all of our miles are calculated! After all, when you make a trip, you want to have EVERY mile count! We did have a great trip and it seemed from all of the comments and emails as ...
It's the big day! Got a couple of hours of sleep and when I woke up this am - I said to myself "tomorrow - I will wake up in Paris!" Leaving was bittersweet. All the last minute scrambling to make sure everything was done and that I had covered everything with Nana. Kids were sweet - it didn't register to Jackson that we're going to be gone for 10 days. Grace was a different story. My big girl, who is never sad at leaving ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed