Quality Inn Goodlettsville
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... the Wiltgen's beautiful home and hospitality. It was midnight again by the time we got back to the camper. It was a great reminder to visit with this family and remember how important good friends are in shaping your experience. Talking with them these past two days was so easy and though we hadn't seen each other in 4 years, we picked up right where we left off. I awoke around 7am this morning. After we pack up and say our good byes to the Wiltgens we will be on our way to Oklahoma ...
Thursday, May 8, 2014, Tony and I went into the MCP to kill some time waiting for our YELP event to begin across the street at Anthem. I have to admit, the aroma was so overwhelming..I had to get some pizza.
... in smaller country towns. Finding an open restaurant in a small town, on the day of rest however proved rather difficult. We found one place open and it served their famous catfish. After Vietnam, I was worried that fried cats would actually be served. Dave reminded me that the south is famous for seafood, so we would be safe from a purring plate. All the food come out all fried. This sadly didn't surprise us as nothing in the south is fresh. We found it hard to ...
... allowing us to take over their living room and bathroom. Thank you to Brianna and Lenny for driving us all over town and spending all of their free time with us. Thank you to Rory and Lisa for meeting us for some drinks and giving us their perspective on living in Portland. Thanks to Jason for meeting us out for the game, it is always nice to see familiar faces in new places. All of you made our time in Nashville a truly great experience. We really cannot say thank you enough. ...
... are new to the country western music scene but I still thoroughly enjoyed the museum. We didn’t realize how much we had been exposed to country music over the years. There was quite an extensive temporary exhibit devoted to Reba McEntire, and smaller displays about singers from the early years to the present. There were costumes with sequins and intricate embroidery (and not just on the women’s clothing), and boots, ...