Sleep Inn & Suites Lebanon / Nashville
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... the place, sang a million songs, made friends with a bunch of local college students and made very good friends with a guy called Mark, an immigrant over there from Oz. So much fun did we have with Mark, he's due to join us in Memphis tonight, stay in the same hotel and share a taxi to and from town with us.
So, that was music city , music all day every day everywhere. Tonight is Memphis, but first it's back to bed for another hours kip before we hit the road.
... by very quickly. Needless to say I bought another book and chose Al Gores' 'The Assault on Reason' about the American political system, which I am becoming more and more interested in the longer I stay in the country. This purchase will however be muchly regretted when I have to put my backpack on again - I plan to have a day reading to alleviate this problem. Anyway I still have another 3-4 days in this bizarre town so I will write again when the moment presents ...
... your $400 sunglasses with you! (I will explain later)
I have to say we had a good time and visited a few of the bars along the strip of music city row.
We went by "Tootsies" the famous place that has found a few of the country stars of today.
Then it got "Ugly".... Coyote Ugly! haha... its like Vegas... what happens at Coyotes ... stays at Coyotes!.... Let just say I have a T-Shirt signed by the girls and a picture ...
... the bus back to the Hall of Fame museum.
We then headed over to the Ryman Auditorium to take a tour, and to see their Johnny and June exhibit, but unfortunately it was closing early due to a performance that evening. I was heartbroken! We vowed there and then that we would return to Nashville and take the tour someday. As if I needed another reason to go back. I was already planning our next trip there!
As this was our last day in Nashville, and we now had ...
... of an earthquake. It is a real joy to drive this machine (even though Dad did all the driving today).
We stayed yet another night in the local Walmart. There is an art to finding just the right parking place to avoid road noise, 6:00 a.m. deliveries and inconsiderate neighbors, but we have been lucky since our first night. Last night we watched an old Al Pacino movie ("And Justice for All") and literally forgot where we were. It felt like ...