Ramada La Vergne
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... too. However we would very much appreciate it if you would post on the blog itself so we can enjoy our permanent record. I say "we" by the way because John keeps me straight on my facts, helps edit, and is a major help in what pictures we do or do not post. Thanks again for traveling with us...we have enjoyed having the company along for the ride!
We drove 235 miles today and drove just a little over 6,000 Miles total...John says nearly 1/4 of the way around the ...
... and about 5 degrees celecisuis add in the wind and its below zero. Mum and Robyn for some reason didn't believe me when I said to them that it was cold outside! Silly duffers! We hit the road towards Nashville and its pretty much the same scenery as it has been all road trip. For those of you that know me well you would be aware that I have almost ZERO musical ability, playing an instrument, singing, dancing etc. Despite this lack of ability I have been known to give it a shot ...
... food and my body loved me for it
26 September near Nashville, TN, United States via Mobile
Let's go explore Nashville!
26 September ...
... viewing a true piece of Americana as displayed through so many fine country music artists.
We took an added tour to a building on Music Row called Studio B. This is a somewhat nondescript building that houses one of the most famous recording studios in the country. While Elvis is perhaps the most endearing legend who recorded here, the studio was used by the likes of Dolly Parton, Hank ...
... people, and all were beautiful. I can say without hesitation that Nashville has the best looking people of anywhere I’ve been, US or otherwise. When I’d finished staring at everyone we bought some beers and went back to a house party/social gathering where I was known as ‘The Megabus guy’. The tenants of the house didn’t seem to care one bit that I had just sort of wandered in off ...