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... with corn bread, and it's the bomb. Came home after dinner and beer with plans to go out again but instead chillaxed and caught up on my travel journal entries while Greig sleeps. We are off to the Ryman tomorrow which is the original venue of the Grand ole Opry show. We've already planned where we will eat of course and then I think it'll be an afternoon of honky tonks before we leave for memphis on Wednesday morning. Gosh dang I love ...
... Nashville about 1:30 pm ... Found a liquor store to get our Jack Daniel Tennessee Fire bottle o' booze to take home. New product they are testing & only selling in 3 states right now. We figure it tastes like cinnamon hearts. We checked into the same hotel we stayed in before ...on the interstate & an easy trip into town & to the airport. We headed out to get a bite to eat & then to into town to The Grand Ole a Opry. ...
Tony and I enjoy going to the Farmer's Market in Nashville as much as possible but it's better in the Spring to Fall seasons and so boring during the summer.
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... station and got the train to where megabus left from. So nice to be in an English speaking country after 6 months where no one speaks English. People very nice and they understand me, got the bus from Atlanta to Nashville which had free wifi. I got to the hostel to wet kate at around 1130pm. It was her birthday, so good to see her I cried. She was pretty drunk and already made friends. They all seemed nice. Was super hungry so got a dirty burger. Back to the hostel and to ...
I'm writing this entry on October 26, 2013. In about 1.5 week, I will be in Vietnam and Cambodia. However, I will have you know that right now, I am actually supposed to be in Nepal trekking (or attempting to trek...ha!) up to 18K feet! Just last week, I was less than seven days away from boarding a plane to Kathmandu, Nepal for the long awaited journey to trek to Everest Base Camp at 18,000 ft. I had this trek planned since the ...