Quality Inn Goodlettsville
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... our thoughts.
With only 20 days left in Nashville, we begin our story:
“It’s happening…well, almost” has been a reoccurring thought in my mind for the past 6 months. Time has done its job and passed, sometimes too quickly and often not quick enough. Now, just 20 days away we leave to fulfill a lifelong dream and travel to Europe.
This past year has been a balancing act; with one foot living ...
... some more with some English guys who had recently arrived at the hostel. We jumped in a cab and went uptown, away from the touristy bars, to a small place which had a fantastic band on stage, and $2 beers. You can't ask for too much more than that to be honest. We then went back on Broadway, to a bar that had a worse crowd, worse music, and more expensive beer. I lasted about an hour here before I turned it in.
... to get back on the bus, when we heard a bit of commotion across the road. A heap of combat vets on Harley's arrived with a police escort and a huge semi trailer. As the semi was going around the traffic island, it hit one of the monuments. It took ages to reverse and then instead of going around, it just went straight over the top of the island. They are going to be doing a parade tomorrow ...
... of the college. It is amazing. You should spend some time learning the small features that are hidden in the city's vastness...
I love to find these hidden ...
... had the lovely Janet guide us through our booking - convince us to pay more for a bigger car. She was very friendly and such a nice lady, some of the grumpy Southampton airport car rental people should go on a course with her!! We got the tank (it's red and I have no idea what it is called) and headed to the city. Promptly got lost and had to navigate back to the city. Inevitably I shouted at Steve, he grumbled back, I'm driving at this point and ...